Online grocery store uses customer purchase histories to predict when items will run out

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Italy's Milk, Please! has already enabled homeowners to crowdsource last minute groceries when they find they've run out. Now Rosie is a platform for food shopping that learns users' purchase routines to deliver items when they need them. Shoppers signing up for the New York-based service first enter details about their household – how many people live there, their age and sex, and information about their regular buying habits. They can then browse items in the store and add them to their basket as they would with any other e-retail outlet. Purchased items are saved at a grocery store close…

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