ORLANDO, Fla. -- Even though they have not yet ordered their groceries on-line, a number of supermarket shoppers here, randomly polled by SN, appeared receptive to the idea. However, some also expressed concerns about using their credit cards for on-line orders and some stipulated that the service would have to provide packaged dry goods in bulk, similar to warehouse club offerings. Here are some of their responses to whether they would shop on-line for groceries: Monique Long, 31, ...

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