NEW YORK -- Cybershoppers by 2003 will spend as much money on groceries as they do on books, but the effect on the overall grocery market will only be about 2% of distribution, an e-commerce analyst said last week. Nicole Vanderbilt, vice president and senior analyst for Jupiter Communications here, told an audience at the National Retail Federation convention here that consumers will spend about $7.5 billion for groceries on-line in 2003. "The dollar figure will rival book sales, but will ...

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