NEW YORK -- Traditional supermarket retailers like Bashas' Markets, Chandler, Ariz., are finding that having a bricks-and-mortar presence can ehnance the ability to sell groceries via the Internet.
ponsored by the Grocery Manufacturers of America, Washington, focused on how all members of the food and consumer-products industry could use the Web as an effective marketing tool.
The retailer, who offers home shopping over the Internet as well as phone and fax in the Phoenix and Tucson ...
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