EDINA, Minn. -- Dennis McCoy's job at Lund Food Holdings here is to make sure that kiosks used at the company's stores do not become "the big box in the corner of the store with a sign saying 'out of order."' That's the fate that many kiosks in supermarkets have been relegated to, said McCoy, kiosk project manager. But it's one that Lund Food Holdings, operators of eight Lunds stores and 12 Byerly's outlets, is determined not to suffer. Indeed, since the fall of 2000, Lund has embarked on ...

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