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The era of the supermarket's over. Thank these gigantic robot warehouses for that.

Ocado, the world's largest online-only grocery retailer, relies on robots to deliver fresh food to hundreds of thousands of people in the UK. Its warehouses are designed like living organisms – there's a central nervous system (software), a
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Drake just paid for a bunch of people's groceries so, uh, they can thank him now

Drake's been on a major generosity kick while filming his music video for "God's Plan," and fans are loving him for it. For the rapper's latest good deed, he dropped in on some unsuspecting shoppers at a Miami supermarket and, you know, casually
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5 ways Amazon could use Whole Foods to crush the competition

From: Mashable By Patrick Kulp Recommended by: Mashable On paper, Amazon just bought a struggling overpriced grocery chain for more than $13 billion. But the online retail giant sees much more in Whole Foods than a simple
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Sensory Marketing; The Smell of Cinnamon That Made Me Buy

From: www.psychologytoday.com Via: twitter.com RT @RobertCialdini: Or if you want sell Italian wine.....play Italian music in the background.  #pre-
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How to beat supermarket psychology

From: www.newshub.co.nz   By: Tony Field Via: twitter.com RT @RobertCialdini: How to beat
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Supermarket psychology: how shops convince you to spend

From: www.irishtimes.com Via: twitter.com RT @RobertCialdini: Supermarket #psychology: how shops convince you to spend https://t.co/Q3G2rK5vrzGoogle
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This Berlin supermarket just installed a farm inside its store

From: Mashable By Rachel Thompson Recommended by: Mashable Metro supermarket in Berlin now has a vertical farm at the end of its produce aisle. Image: infarmLONDON — If you're looking for locally grown farm produce, your local
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Sainsbury's charming Christmas advert will put you in the holiday spirit

Retailers consider the holiday season an exercise in making customers sob their hardest. Sainsbury's 2015 Christmas advert is no exception.The U.K. supermarket chain shared this season's ad on Thursday, featuring a sweet but mischievous cat named