Thursday, April 17, 2014
Insurers Send Customers Coupons To Help Them Choose Healthier Foods
A marketing firm now has a dozen insurers participating in a coupon mailer to their insureds encouraging them to eat healthier. Apparently it is working. Consumers are reaching less for the boxed and processed food and purchasing natural healthier choices. They are reducing their sodium intake and visiting the produce isle more frequently. Newspaper coupon sections are still very highly read and people are still clipping. Many of those items are for boxed and processed food still today. It is recommended that you grab your grocery stores weekly sale circular when entering the store to see what fresh vegetable and fish may be on sale. According to a CBS New article it costs about $1.50 a day more to eat healthy.
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Posted by C. M. Elkins at 5:44 AM