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29 Grocery Store Secrets You Need To Know Before Shopping

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The checkout aisle candy functions in two ways. First, the candy is packed in tightly, with few to no open areas, so that customers have a harder time ditching items in their carts. Second, the items around the checkout lines are strategically chosen because they're things customers frequently buy on impulse. Candy, anyone?

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