SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- ShopEaze.com here said last week it would develop an e-commerce site for Haggen, the 26-store Bellingham, Wash.-based grocery chain. ShopEaze offers a "turnkey" e-commerce solution designed to replicate the atmosphere of its partnering stores on-line, said Don Yee, vice president of marketing and business development for ShopEaze. The company, founded a little more than a year ago, has also signed up El Segundo, Calif.-based chain Bristol Farms and is in negotiations ...

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