Netributor Shopping Cart Helps with Healthier Choices [
While it's not a total mystery as to why food shoppers often find their carts straying into certain aisles or areas where less-than-wholesome food offerings reside, it's undeniable that the urge to at least check out "any good deals" in the candy or dessert aisles has entered the psyche of any person seeking to shed a few pounds.
"There might be a great price on some fat-free ice cream sandwiches that sort of taste like ice cream," you hear yourself thinking, along with, "I saw on a public television special that a snack of chocolate squares is OK -- as long as the cacao content is above 85%. I wonder how much that costs per square? Only that much? Hmmn, I might as well get some."
Don't want this to happen to you? Then a new shopping cart from the makers of Lipton Green Tea might be the ticket to making healthier choices.
The good folks at Wunderman MENA have come up with a cart that gives shoppers pause about the items they're placing in it, while also keeping track of the number of calories burned in the process. Lipton, for its part, terms the new grocery buggy "a gym on wheels."] - http://tinyurl.com/mkxudfb