Supermarkets and Relocation of Food Sections
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Why do supermarkets change the location of their products every so often?
I mean they don’t just swap a few things, they relocate an entire aisle or section to another area within the supermarket.
I find it unsettling and frustrating. If I want to try a different brand or a new food item, then I will.
Shuffling their stock to physically different areas within the same store doesn’t persuade me to spend more or try new items. Does it make you spend more or buy new items?
Does anyone ‘enjoy’ it when supermarkets relocate entire sections to different areas? Do you like trying to find the items you would normally be able to find relatively quickly?
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