The more time you spend inside a supermarket, the more likely you are to grab things you hadn’t thought of buying
Products placed in special locations such as at the beginning and end of aisles will trick your brain into thinking their prices have been lowered. Most of the time, they haven’t.
Shelves are divided into three levels. Anything at eye-level will invite impulse shopping.
Supermarket aisles allow exactly enough space for two shopping carts, which creates traffic jams. You’ll be forced to stop and look around.
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