MINNEAPOLIS — Cub Foods, a division of Supervalu here, is rolling out a trio of kiosks at each of its 75 corporate and franchised stores that provide product information, recipes and coupons. As of last week, the “Touch 'n Save” kiosks, provided by Customer-Facing Media, Edina, Minn., were installed in 35 stores, said Lee Ann Jorgenson, community relations manager for Cub, who added that the rollout, which began in February, would be completed by mid-October. After the Cub rollout is ...

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