By Candice Choi, The Associated Press Supermarket layouts are carefully calibrated to tempt people into impulsive purcha...

By Candice Choi, The Associated Press Supermarket layouts are carefully calibrated to tempt people into impulsive purchases, and now food makers are trying to adapt their strategies as people do more of their shopping online. Part of the worry for companies is that shoppers won't get to see their products as they would at a store, where people often decide they want an item only after walking past it on shelves or in displays .

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