LANDOVER, Md. -- Giant Food here, in an effort to halt cigarette sales to minors, is in the process of installing manned tobacco service counters in all of its 162 supermarkets. The tobacco service counters will accommodate loose pack sales and serve to eliminate self-service vending machines in most Giant locations, Mark Roeder, public relations supervisor at Giant, told SN. The service counters will be installed in all of Giant's supermarkets by the end of this year, and will be located ...

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