NEW YORK -- Though several supermarket operators say it's too early to gauge the effect new food stamp rules will have on the industry, predictions among retailers and observers run the gamut of possibilities. Some chains and industry observers interviewed by SN said the new law could be devastating for small inner-city chains where food stamps account for a substantial amount of business. Others said it will curb fraudulent activities that taint the system. Others still are on the fence ...

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