CHICAGO -- Internet retailing will force upon brick-and-mortar companies new ways of merchandising groceries and a new culture, said a speaker at the Food Marketing Institute convention here this month. "It is a complete paradigm shift in the way customers shop, and it really gives us a lot of flexibility on the Internet to sell even more product," said Louise Curcio, vice president of e-commerce at Pink Dot, Camarillo, Calif. For example, physical stores face constraints when trying to ...

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