Walking through a typical grocery store, imagine the types of things that you see—colorful boxes, packages, marketing slogans, models—all these images, all these messages, what do they actually do to us? According to Geoffrey Miller, an evolutionary psychologist and expert on how we make food and purchasing choices, he would say that this is a combination of our genetic code, our hard-wired preferences for certain things, as well as our cultural code, how
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