SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Big Y Foods' introduction last week of a paid membership rewards card could capture the attention of retailers that have long considered — but until now resisted — launching similar loyalty efforts of their own, observers said. Big Y acknowledged its new Silver Savings Club — which it said would offer members bigger savings on food purchases as well as additional rewards from its Express Rewards silver coin program for an annual fee of $20 ...

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