Picture this: The digital train is leaving the station and only a few supermarket chains are on board. That about sums up the digital photo imaging market, according to a number of industry experts polled by SN. Other channels — primarily drug and mass — have grabbed the digital ring and run with it, attracting many customers that used to rely on supermarkets for their photo needs, they said. In the process, these stores get the opportunity to sell the increasing amounts of food products ...

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