While some retailers are thinking of launching e-commerce sites, others rely on old fashioned methods like home delivery, but with a twist. The Pennington Market, a single-unit, family owned upscale retailer in Pennington, N.J. , near Princeton, has no Web presence, but it offers a shop-for-you and delivery service under an exclusive contract with a company called GrocerEz, owned by Judy Piepszak of Bordentown City. Piepszak has about 20 clients -- some elderly or infirm, but others just ...

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