INDIANAPOLIS -- Several supermarket chains around the country have begun offering package-shipping services that leverage the Internet, but few stores seem to be encouraging consumers to use it. Marsh Supermarkets here is the most recent chain to install a service called Simply Packages, which allows customers to select shipping options on the Web and then bring the package to their local supermarket to have it shipped. Using the Web is supposed to save time at the service counter because ...

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