Supermarket video departments remain firmly committed to renting R-rated videos, but they are finding various ways to avoid offending customers who may object to material deemed unsuitable for a supermarket setting. Chains interviewed for an SN survey report that they have not recently faced undue pressure from religious groups not to carry R-rated titles. That pressure reportedly provoked Glen's Markets, Gaylord, Mich., and Meijer Inc., Grand Rapids, Mich., to exit the video-rental ...
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