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Harris Teeter, which operates 142 supermarkets in the Southeast, is adding Nexpansion’s Endless Aisle to its web site for hard-to-find grocery and general merchandise items.
Harris Teeter Inc., which operates 142 supermarkets in North and South Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, Tennessee and Florida, is adding Nexpansion’s Endless Aisle technology to its web site HarrisTeeter.com. The grocery chain plans to expand its product assortment via the web when the service goes live later this month.
The Endless Aisle service, which some retailers are using on web-enabled in-store kiosks as well as at their web sites, offers shoppers hard-to-find grocery and general merchandise items. Items are shipped directly to customers.
"NeXpansion`s Endless Aisle service will allow us to offer our shoppers a virtually unlimited selection of grocery and general merchandise items via our already successful website," said Chuck Corbeil, vice president of marketing at Harris Teeter. "We`re pleased to bring this value-added service to our customers."