Sales of prepaid long-distance calling cards in supermarkets are growing as the products are increasingly accepted by mainstream consumers. Supermarkets remain behind drug stores, mass merchants and other retailers when it comes to merchandising and promoting the category, however. Individual chains vary in their level of commitment to prepaid phone cards. Minneapolis-based Nash Finch, which owns and operates 119 Econofoods, Sun Mart, Family Thrift and other stores in the Midwest, carries ...

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