The smorgasbord of electronic payment methods now available in supermarkets is only going to expand in coming years. The spread of electronic benefits transfer programs and tests of smart card-based payments are supplementing the rapidly growing roles of credit, debit and electronic checks. Retailers, in general, are bullish about the significant advantages the enhanced array of payment options offer, and note that consumers using credit and debit cards often purchase higher-ticket items ...

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