The Skinniest Shoppers Buy the Priciest Food

The Skinniest Shoppers Buy the Priciest Food

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Yesterday we showed you a very interesting infographic of money spent on food, broken down by city. Now here is another wrinkle in the story of how people spend their money at the grocery store. A small study recently done in Seattle says that, in Seattle, a city with an...
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