DENVER -- King Soopers here plans to sell its home-grown home-shopping service, Teleshopper, to a national third-party home-shopping company. The change, to be implemented in the next 60 to 90 days, would add Internet ordering to the existing phone and fax connection methods. "We are committed to providing an ongoing shopping and delivery service because our customers have found this service to be valuable and necessary," said John Burgon, president of King Soopers, in a prepared statement. ...

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