Homeland Food Stores jumped on the daily deal craze when it teamed with Aisle50 last year. And the retailer has been just as quick to get involved in the subscription commerce movement. The 76-store Oklahoma City chain liked the idea of offering a convenient discount to Homeland shoppers, Phil Payment, vice president of marketing and merchandising, told SN. Subscription services provide prepaid, scheduled deals. In the food retail sector, the strategy is commonly used for items like ...
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