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Impulsive healthy choices

25 September 2013

Consumers in supermarkets consumers often unconsciously choose unhealthy products. PhD student Stefanie Salmon, a researcher at the Customer Insights Center, conducted an experiment at Albert Heijn supermarket to see how consumers can be subtly persuaded to choose healthy products.

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