CINCINNATI -- Coin-counting kiosks in the Columbus, Ohio Kroger Marketing Area of Kroger Co. here will add coupon dispensing to their functions when a 90-day pilot program begins next month. Customers who bring $10 or more in coins to the self-service kiosks will be eligible to receive ValuPage coupons, distributed through SuperMarkets Online, a division of Catalina Marketing Corp., St. Petersburg, Fla. Kroger confirmed that the pilot would take place, but spokesman Paul Bernish declined ...

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