SAG HARBOR, N.Y. -- Schiavoni's IGA Market has invested in the future with the launch of its meals menu into cyberspace. The single-unit operator here, smack in the middle of Long Island's toney Hamptons area, has joined up with Seattle-based cybermeals, an on-line home-meal replacement marketer and order facilitator, to sell its deli and bakery fare electronically. "We have our whole menu laid out on the web site. Customers can order breakfast, lunch or dinner, tell us when they want it ...

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