Shopping at Actual Stores Still Beats Shopping Online

Data from the Commerce Department shows that a large majority of our shopping is still done in brick-and-mortar stores even if it feels like online retailers like Amazon have grown tremendously (Amazon has been around for 20 years—is it a Millennial?). It also looks like we’re not that into ordering groceries online—maybe it’s because we like things as fresh as possible and also because we like to see with our own eyes the produce and cuts of meat we’re going to put into our bodies before we buy it, though I’d be interested in hearing about your experience with ordering booze from the internet.

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