PASADENA, Calif. -- The development of online grocery shopping will invariably be linked with the traditional in-store experience, according to panelists last week at a workshop here at the SN/Executive Technology Summit on e-commerce. "Online shopping complements and enhances the store experience, but it will never replace it completely," Lisa Kent, president of Netgrocer.com, North Brunswick, N.J., said. "A significant percentage of Netgrocer shoppers say they like the convenience of ...

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