LEEDS, England (FNS) -- Asda Group here is the latest retailer to jump on the alternative shopping bandwagon. The United Kingdom's third-largest food retailer plans to spend $4.98 million this year on three initiatives aimed at catering to customers who can't physically visit its stores. Asda is establishing a home-delivery service with dedicated distribution centers. Through the service Asda will sell its home-entertainment products, and plans to launch a series of satellite television ...

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