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CHARLESTON, S.C. -- The potential for commerce over the Internet to exert a mighty influence on how consumers view and shop supermarkets is prompting much debate and even some serious nail-biting by executives concerned about long-term business strategies.
Thus far, however, consumers have barely tapped into the virtual universe of on-line supermarket services. A national survey of 1,000 consumers, for example, revealed that less than 1% of respondents had ...
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