ELIZABETH, N.J. -- The majority of ShopRite stores in the Wakefern Food Corp. wholesale cooperative launched displays of low-priced computer software last month, according to the products' supplier. The selection, which is now in 108 of the 187 ShopRite stores, includes software on 3.5-inch disks and on CD-ROM, said Mar-Jeanne Tendler, chief executive officer of Wiz Technology, San Juan Capistrano, Calif. The 3.5-inch disks retail for $5, while the CD-ROMs sell for under $10, she said. ...

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