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Survey: Only 48 Percent of Americans Wash Their Hands After Cracking Eggs

When it comes to eggs, consumers are pretty good at following two of the four key food safety messages — “separate” and “chill” — but when it comes to “clean” and “cook,” a bit more education might be required. A team of researchers from RTI International, Tennessee State University, and Kansas State University have just... Continue Reading

IAFP 2015: Food Entrepreneurs, Farmers Markets, and Food Safety

Food entrepreneurs and those who operate small, or very small, food companies face special obstacles in negotiating the regulatory landscape and finding ways to safely and economically get their products to consumers. In addition, a lot of confusion exists about what the state and federal regulations are for those developing food products on the local... Continue Reading

Abbott $60 billion cost for Labor's renewables goal came from 'back of envelope'

Original source of Abbott's claim about cost of 50% renewable energy target says it was 'simplistic' and not the extra cost faced by consumers.

Sausage or broccoli on your pizza? How decision frames influence people's food orders

How people decide to customize their food orders has implications for food retailers and the consumers themselves. A new study seeks to explain the way people decide to customize their food orders and the implications for retailers and customers alike.

Hillary Clinton is promising that all homes will run on renewable energy in 12 years

Even though solar energy provides a mere four-tenths of 1 percent of the energy consumed in the U.S. today, Hillary Clinton plans to power every home in the country by 2027 with renewable sources of energy. That would give her 10 years, if elected president, to realize her plan, which includes a huge increase in solar energy and other alternatives. Show More Summary

Cutting the Cord: Here's the future

Recent TV developments suggest an evolving landscape for online video consumers.        

10 Customer Retention and Loyalty Techniques for Mobile Apps

Keep Customers Wr‘APP’ed Around Your Fingers! In an era where the number of choices exceed the number of consumers, competitive prices abound and where innumerable offers and discounts catch one’s eye faster than a shooting star, brand loyalty among web … The post 10 Customer Retention and Loyalty Techniques for Mobile Apps appeared first on  - Snyxius.

Review: Minute

With the wealth of video content online these days, it has become increasingly difficult to find the time to consume it all. You could spend hours watching videos across social media sites and in mobile apps and still only scratch the surface of the day’s popular video offerings before tomorrow rolls around and brings with it [...]

Salvos’ style army comes to Canberra

7 hours agoAustralia / Canberra : RiotACT

[ 3 September 2015 at 6:00 pm; ] As part of National Op Shop Week, Salvos Stores is bringing its style army to Canberra this September. From the media release: The Style Army encourages consumers to shop in their local Salvos Store and ‘Reinvent Fashion’ that is unique and affordable, to feel better by helping The Salvos continue their great work in the community, and [...]

Practical Privacy Guidance: A Consumer Data Compact

Far from being blasé about consumer privacy, most tech companies apps and startups are, in my experience, hyper focused on protecting privacy. They, however, lack practical guidance for assessing the legal implications of their innovations and could feel dis-incentivized by the prevailing regulatory approaches to privacy. For example, the Federal Trade [...]

Consumers don't view gmo labels as negative 'warnings'

A new study released just days after the U.S. House passed a bill that would prevent states from requiring labels on genetically modified foods reveals that GMO labeling would not act as warning labels and scare consumers away from buying products with GMO ingredients.

Daily API RoundUp: Amazon Machine Learning, Google Maps Android

Every day, the ProgrammableWeb team is busy, updating its three primary directories for APIs, clients (language-specific libraries or SDKs for consuming or providing APIs), and source code samples.

Uber Learns That As a New Company, To Be is to Lobby

8 hours agoNews : Reason

Jesse Walker wrote earlier today about how municipal politics always tends to overvalue the entrenched interests vs. competitors that might make things better for consumers, in the context of Uber and others in that smartphone app ride...Show More Summary

AP's Ken Sweet Plays Stall-Ball, Waits Four Paragraphs to Disclose Size of Historic Chinese Stock Dive

Based on how they handled it today, it's pretty obvious that the Associated Press's Ken Sweet and his wire service's headline writers want the lowest possible number of users of their reporting — consumers and subscribing print and broadcast...Show More Summary

How to Manufacture Desire

This guest post is adapted from Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products by Nir Eyal. Nir blogs about the psychology of products at NirAndFar.com. Type the name of almost any successful consumer web company into your search bar and add … Read More

Owners Of Nike+FuelBands Eligible For $15 Check Or $25 Gift Card Under Class-Action Settlement

Owners of Nike+Fuelband fitness trackers are eligible for a partial refund after Nike and Apple agreed to settle a class-action lawsuit that claimed the companies misled consumers about the accuracy of the wearable device. The settlement,...Show More Summary

Zillow + dotloop: Raising the bar or boiling your data?

Agents already have too many vendors to deal with. If Zillow can streamline services and bring more agents into the present with transaction management and e-signatures, it's good for the industry and consumer experiences. Big money backing a tool can drive down the costs on a per-user basis...

Nike, Apple Agree to Settle Nike+ FuelBand Suit

Nike Inc. and Apple Inc. have agreed to settle a class-action lawsuit brought by consumers regarding the efficacy of the Nike+ FuelBand, and will offer partial refunds to people who bought the fitness-tracking device.

CHANGE: Americans Are Finally Eating Less. “Calories consumed daily by the typical American adult,…

CHANGE: Americans Are Finally Eating Less. “Calories consumed daily by the typical American adult, which peaked around 2003, are in the midst of their first sustained decline since federal statistics began to track the subject, more than 40 years ago. The number of calories that the average American child takes in daily has fallen even […]

Amazon Unveils Plan to Revolutionize Grocery Shopping

A new initiative by online giant Amazon will dramatically change how consumers tackle one of the most persistent errands they face: buying groceries. The Silicon Valley Business Journal reports that Amazon is developing a drive-up grocery store, with the first...

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