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Making Coffee And Clothing More Accessible With Retail Innovation

Providing Coffee, Clothing Via Retail Innovation

Food brands are making coffee more accessible by packing the energy-boosting ingredient into snack bars sold by one-time purchase and subscription. In tech, smart mirrors can help shoppers try on clothes, driving sales and bigger basket conversions. And in seasonal commerce, Santa has evolved as more holiday shopping goes digital, although privacy laws threatened a Christmas tradition at a market in Bavaria. All this, Today in Data.

Data:

4,000: Maximum number of wishes placed on a Christmas tree in the town of Roth, Bavaria in previous years.

2015: The year Eat Your Coffee launched as a business.

2013: The year Salvador Nissi Vilcovsky and Ofer Saban co-founded MemoMi, their smart mirror product.

80: Approximate number of milligrams of caffeine in an Eat Your Coffee bar.

30: Minimum number of days an Eat Your Coffee subscriber can choose.

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