Study Finds: Buying Groceries Online May Help You Eat Healthier


Study: Buying Groceries Online May Help You Eat Healthier New research finds folks who order groceries online spend less on junk food than when they shop in person. The study tracked spending habits of shoppers over 44 weeks and found that online shoppers spent about $2.50 less on unhealthy foods than they did when shopping in stores. Researchers suggest fewer opportunities for impulse buys may be one reason for the decrease.


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