ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Furr's Supermarkets, a 70-store chain here, is testing an Internet-based home-shopping service, joining larger retailers such as Hannaford Bros. and services such as Peapod and NetGrocer in the hunt for customers in cyberspace. Furr's has been testing an on-line shopping and delivery service for more than a month with employees of about a dozen companies in the Albuquerque area, according to a source familiar with the project. While Furr's officials would not disclose ...

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