MEDFORD, Mass. -- The newest spin on Internet grocery shopping services -- which has shoppers picking up their orders at a drive-through facility here -- was to begin limited testing this weekend and will be more widely available to the Boston market next week. Unlike other computerized shopping programs that include home delivery and fees ranging from $6 to $10 per order, the new approach is viewed as the first based upon customer pickup and no service charges, industry observers told SN. ...
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