QUINCY, Mass. -- In an effort to build incremental sales in a new channel, Stop & Shop Supermarket Co. will pilot an in-store kiosk program that allows shoppers to order up to 50,000 hard-to-find items not stocked on the shelves, officials here said. Faith Weiner, director of communications for the 320-store chain, said Stop & Shop will begin a 90-day pilot in an unspecified number of stores in April that will feature the new service called the "Endless Aisle." Stop & Shop ...

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