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The Browser: An app to keep you healthy, a good deed chocolate shop and a straw to save the earth

By Amy Iverson | Posted - Mar. 27, 2012 at 4:22 p.m.



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SALT LAKE CITY -- Ever want to teach your kids how unhealthy their favorite snacks are? Well, now there's an app for that.

A new app let's your kids choose their favorite junk food, guess how many bad things are in it and then smash it to smithereens. What kid doesn't want to smash stuff?

Do you love chocolate? Do you love turning a good deed daily? Well, if you fall in this category then a pop-up chocolate shop in Copenhagen is right up your alley. This shop was giving away chocolates to customers and the cost, a promise to do a good deed.

And finally, everyone's hoping to do their part to help save Mother Earth. One company is trying to do it one straw at a time. Glass Dahrma.com makes glass straws that have a lifetime guarantee in hopes of getting plastic straws out of landfills.

Amy Iverson

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