TOPEKA, Kan. -- J.M. Bauersfeld's here plans to launch a home-shopping service this summer that will allow customers to order groceries using a touch-tone phone. The service will initially be available within the city limits of Topeka, where the retailer's three stores are located, and then branch into the surrounding county. "In the first several months, it's probably not going to be a profitable venture until we understand how to do it and get some of our own bugs worked out," said Kevin ...

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