Manufacturers are using in-store kiosks to connect their brands with consumers who are most likely to want them. Kiosks may not have universal appeal, but they are catching on with shoppers who are comfortable using the machines to get special offers, recipes and product information. The technology gives marketers another tool for reaching shoppers when they're shopping and are more receptive to offers. Loyalty card kiosks are becoming more widely used by traditional consumer packaged ...

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