BeeLineShopper.coM, Dayton, Ohio, said last week it has closed its first round of funding with $750,000 in investments. BeeLine customers use a handheld bar-code scanner and a no-click automatic interface to the BeeLine Web site, which links them to their supermarket to buy specific products and brands that meet their diets, lifestyle needs and budgets, according to the company. BeeLine is currently in beta test with supermarket chains and wellness centers. r dry cleaning, film processing, ...

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