TRENTON, N.J. — A bill signed into law Monday authorizes New Jersey food retailers to host fuel reward programs, and fuel dealers to distribute coupons good for items at their supermarket partner’s stores. “We’re happy to bring this practice into the 21st century,” Linda Doherty, president of the New Jersey Food Council, told SN. Programs that allow consumers to accrue points on their supermarket loyalty card that can be redeemed for fuel discounts were ...

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