ATLANTA -- Awash in a sea of fraudulent coupons apparently distributed over the Internet, several chains in the Southeast last week stopped honoring all downloaded coupons. Atlanta was the center of the storm, according to Kathy Kuwaza, president, the Georgia Food Industry Association, Smyrna, Ga. Kuwaza told SN that Atlanta-area supermarkets have in the last two weeks been inundated with fraudulent coupons downloaded from the Internet. She said manufacturers' coupons, complete with UPC ...

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