STAMFORD, Conn. — Ikan Technologies here, which markets a home-shopping system that equips consumers with a scanning device to use at home for ordering groceries, announced yesterday that it has signed up five New York-area independent food retailers to support the system. The retailers are The Westside Market, which operates three stores in Manhattan; Pioneer Market, with one store in Manhattan; Met Fresh and KRM Kollel Supermarket in Brooklyn; and Brach’s Supermarket in Lawrence. Shoppers ...
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