ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Wegmans Food Markets here and Thriftway Food Stores, Seattle, are among the latest retailers to stake a claim on the World Wide Web. romotional advertisements. While the retailer is not yet offering any shop-at-home services on its Web page, except for fruit gift baskets, a company source said a greater variety of products will be available for delivery through the site in the future. Thriftway, an association of 35 independent retailers, currently has one central Web ...

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