SAN DIEGO -- Governmental regulation has not always been kind to the supermarket business, but in the case of local and state laws mandating the use of cellular phone headsets while driving, it's creating a new business for grocers. As consumers become aware of the legal and safety issues of driving while using cell phones, and then see the relatively inexpensive products in the stores -- most are priced between $5 and $10 -- it becomes an impulse purchase and an opportunity to merchandise ...
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