Despite the popularity of the loyalty shopper card and the growing number of consumers who use the Internet as part of their grocery-shopping experience, paper-based coupons are still in high demand, particularly among Center Store products, according to recent studies. While use of e-based coupons increased by 500% last year, it still remains a small component of overall coupon distribution, Bob Carter, president of information management firm Carolina Manufacturer's Services, Winston ...
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