ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- A pilot test that would allow consumers to access coupons and other promotional material from the Internet is attracting the interest of West Coast retailers. ased Hughes Family Markets, Irwindale; Raley's, West Sacramento; Ralphs Grocery Co., Compton; Lucky Stores, Dublin; and Safeway, Oakland, as well as Smith's Food and Drug, Salt Lake City. Raley's is especially interested in setting up an e-mail address for consumer input. "We're looking for a way to have ...

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