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Shopping Cart Stress Ball Item# SB753
as low as $1.73
Potato Stress Ball Item# SB722
as low as $1.98
  

It is no secret that millions of people use binge eating as a way to relieve tension, but with food stress balls these individuals can manage their anxiety without packing on any pounds at all. For businesses like grocery stores, restaurants, or weight-loss centers, these unique items, shaped like healthy snacks, like apples, bananas, tomatoes, or other fruits and vegetables, can help foster nutritious eating habits among clients and staff. Whenever recipients have the urge to relieve anxiety with sugary sweets or salty junk food, they will simply be able to grasp a food stress ball reminding them of alternative ways to blow off steam. Additionally, the item that they reach for will have a prominently-displayed message letting them know that your brand genuinely cares about their well being.


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