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How supermarkets can improve our health, and their bottom line

Shopping trolleys equipped with resistance controls to incorporate physical activity into your daily shop. Ocular scanning devices on the handle to give you with a health check by scanning your retina. Why not ensure new food retail technologies are pathways — not barriers — to better health, writes Kathryn Backholer.

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