Supermarkets -- They're not just for grocery shopping anymore. Along with the traditional fare, more and more stores are offering coffee and doughnuts from national chains, banking, pharmacies and fuel centers. Even when they are just for groceries, there's frequently a high-tech touch in store for shoppers: Internet kiosks or self-checkout lanes. Retailers want to make the supermarket a destination for more than the weekly grocery fill-up, according to Douglas Christopher, analyst with ...

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