NEW YORK — Shoppers entering the Key Food store on Columbia Street in the Lower East Side section of Manhattan, in the shadow of the Williamsburg Bridge, may have already clipped some coupons from their Sunday newspaper to redeem in the store. But whether they have or not, another ready source of manufacturers’ coupons awaits them immediately inside the store — a kiosk, which dispenses more than a dozen coupons that are rotated monthly. Each coupon comes out on a sheet of paper that ...
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