PITTSBURGH, Pa. -- In a move that may be indicative of things to come, Giant Eagle here said it has created a "private" electronic trading exchange with the Hubert Co., Harrison, Ohio, for buying small wares. Steven Tassaro, a vice president at the 200-store chain, said the new exchange is used to purchase numerous items used in the deli and fresh market sections of the stores, including bowls, spoons, forks, knives, displays, shelving, racks and more. He said the creation of the private ...

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