SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Targeted coupons and in-store kiosks have become common tactics for supermarkets seeking to boost sales by making it easier to save. Green Hills, a one-store operation here, is wedding the two in a pilot test for a new coupon application that began last month. The retailer, which is fond of rewarding its frequent shoppers, distributed to 550 preselected loyalty card holders a key chain-size, optical scanner from Scan Aps, Los Angeles, that lets them record manufacturers' ...

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