PITTSBURGH -- Giant Eagle here is testing ink jet printer cartridge centers in three stores. The new service, believed to be the first of its kind in a supermarket chain, is the result of a joint venture with a Pittsburgh-area franchisee of Island Ink-Jet, a chain of printer cartridge refill centers based in Courtenay, British Columbia. "This partnership presents not only an opportunity to offer another service, but also allows us to realize a new revenue stream and leverage the high ...

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