HAYES, England -- In an effort to expand its telephone- and fax-based home-shopping business, Safeway here has launched a one-store home-shopping test that allows customers to submit grocery orders from their homes via a personal handheld unit and a direct modem connection. If the test is a success, Safeway may roll out the program to other stores in England later this year, according to Jeremy Wyman, business solutions manager at Safeway. On Feb. 1, approximately 200 members of Safeway's ...

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