MONTREAL -- Loblaw Cos., Toronto, is cautiously testing the on-line shopping market, adding its name to a small but growing number of e-grocers in Canada. The country's largest grocery chain will offer a full range of groceries on a secret Web site available to a handful of people with a special access code. Geoff Wilson, a Loblaw spokesman told SN, "It's a small pilot project we're launching this month on a closed site." "We will be monitoring consumer issues and economic issues, before ...
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