Emerging prepaid products offer supermarkets the chance to offer grocery shoppers new services. Although few supermarkets have experimented with prepaid products aside from traditional long-distance calling cards, most are keeping an eye on developments as they consider how to build their prepaid sales. Betsy Turgeon, health and beauty care/general merchandise category manager, Big Y Foods, Springfield, Mass., said she thinks that prepaid accessories such as cellular phones and beepers ...
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