WAYNE, N.J. -- Grand Union here and Albertson's, Boise, Idaho, are testing software sections that feature medium- to higher-priced products, through an arrangement with Major Connections, a Dallas-based company that distributes and racks software for supermarkets. The chains began testing the program last month in 70 stores, according to Margaret Pacheco, vice president of marketing for Major Connections. The company distributes software brands from The Learning Co., Hasbro, 7th Level, ...

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