LITHIA SPRINGS, Ga. -- The Georgia division of Cub Foods here launched home shopping and delivery services to customers in the metropolitan Atlanta market earlier this month. oftware diskettes allowing shoppers to order through personal computers. "We believe that home delivery will become a significant part of our business in the coming years and we intend to stay at the forefront of this emerging trend," said Preston Slayden, president and chief executive officer. He told SN that sales ...

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