WESTWOOD, Mass. -- Streamline here, perhaps the only company that delivers groceries when the consumer is not at home, will step up the efficiency of its order-receiving process in June when it begins accepting orders via the Internet. Currently, a pilot test group of 60 households in this Boston suburb place orders by telephone, fax or computer and collect their groceries from temperature-controlled storage units installed in their garages. In late June, the company plans to begin ...
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