DENVER -- Supermarket retailers worldwide are using the Internet to enhance the consumer shopping experience, but the degree to which it is accepted on a consumer level is not universal, according to a new industry survey. Currently 49% of U.S. respondents use the Internet for various tasks, followed closely by 46% of Swedish participants. France, however is least committed to the technology, as only 17% of its respondents use the Internet. These are among the key findings from The ...

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