Confronted with lower prices on healthful food, shoppers bought more. Then they spent their savings on junk food.
She fed her fiance on $25 for a week, and he was well-fed. Sometime he had too much to eat.
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Music can affect our financial behavior, so don't take Lady Gaga shopping at Macy's. She could be helpful at Kroger.
Retailers from Wal-Mart to Staples are increasing the number of private-label products and cutting back on name-brand goods.
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