MEDFORD, Mass. -- Groceries to Go here, an on-line grocery retailer, is testing a home-delivery option using a third-party provider with expertise in delivering dairy goods in New England. The home-delivery test began earlier this month in the suburbs west and southwest of Boston and will run through 1997, said David Cuthbert, president of Groceries to Go. The company will look at possible expansion of home shopping in 1998. Groceries to Go charges a $1 delivery fee for orders of at least ...

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