LAKELAND, Fla. -- Some supermarkets have found a new revenue generator and customer service: the sale of electronic transponders for toll roads at their stores. Publix Super Markets here, and Jewel-Osco, the Chicago-area division of Albertsons, Boise, Idaho, have both signed on to sell passes for their states' toll roads. Publix joined Eckerd stores in Florida when it started selling Florida's Turnpike SunPass transponders in most of its 583 Florida stores in late October. Publix buys the ...

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