As food retailers think about how they can apply technology in 2008, some may be planning major new projects that represent a clear break from the past. But it's also possible to leverage existing technologies in new ways, as described on the following pages. The Internet offers myriad ways of adding on new twists to old programs. Community donations, for example, are made by practically every retailer, but they can be facilitated by the Internet, as organizations like Associated ...

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