MAUMEE, Ohio -- Seaway Food Town here will expand its home-shopping service when it tests on-line ordering via the Internet in Toledo, Ohio, in the first quarter of next year. The supermarket chain currently takes home-shopping orders via phone and fax. "Our perception is that there are going to be more and more electronic commerce activities taking place, and it seems very practical for customers to use the Internet to place grocery orders, especially for pickup orders," said Bill Borer, ...

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