BOISE, Idaho -- Albertson's here has adopted a two-prong approach to e-commerce, and with the company saying that while both are successful, it will probably go with its newer scheme when it believes itself ready for a national rollout. In Texas, Albertson's has for the last two years been offering customers the opportunity to shop for a limited assortment (about 5,500 stock-keeping units) of nonperishables via the Web. The items are delivered by United Parcel Service from a dedicated ...
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