Supermarkets will concentrate on building traffic in photo and film this year. Some will do so through increased discounts, while others will launch innovative programs like 30-minute developing and stand-alone photo drop-off boxes. Processing sales jumped 10% at Pay Less Supermarkets, Anderson, Ind., after the chain started a program that provides photo developing in 30 minutes or less. The retailer pledges that if it fails to develop a roll of film in 30 minutes, the customer will get ...

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