While new high-definition DVD formats are getting a lot of hype, it will likely be another six months to a year before supermarkets will get involved in the market. Two competing formats of disc players and discs, Sony's Blu-ray and Toshiba's HD DVD, are primarily being sold at electronics retailers such as Best Buy, Target and online retailers. With HD DVD players priced at around $500 each and Blu-ray players at around $1,000, most grocery chains are taking a wait-and-see approach in ...

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