CHICAGO -- The Independent Grocers Alliance here was set to push for a 25% increase in participation in a "members-only" section of its World Wide Web home page at a company conference last week. IGA also used the merchandising, advertising and promotional conference -- held in Orlando, Fla., and estimated to have drawn more than 600 IGA retailers, wholesalers and manufacturers -- to gauge retailer interest in having their own Web pages and Internet-based home shopping programs. The retail ...
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