Supermarkets know a good photo opportunity when they see one. Fueled by consumer demand, the chance to draw repeat business and to further entrench themselves as one-stop shopping solutions, supermarkets are shifting from overnight processing to one-hour, photo-finishing services in stores. "You have to have one-hour photo to remain competitive in the business," said Denis Oldani, director of video, Schnucks Markets. The St. Louis-based chain houses photo-finishing labs in 18 of its ...

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