LAS VEGAS — As new technologies change the way supermarkets will do business in the future, a New York-based retailer said here the industry may have no choice but to cater to consumer demand for new systems. Speaking at a workshop Tuesday during the National Grocers Association convention, Nick D'Agostino 3rd, president and chief executive officer of D'Agostino Supermarkets, Larchmont, N.Y., said, "If a customer wants to use a mobile phone to pay for groceries and ...

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