BELLEVUE, Wash. -- HomeGrocer.com here, a new Internet-based home-shopping and delivery company, will launch its service in early 1998. The company plans to offer almost all the products available in a typical supermarket, including dry grocery, produce, meat and other perishables. Consumers will only be able to order via the Internet. Delivery will be free of charge for orders of more than $75. HomeGrocer.com will obtain groceries from wholesalers and manufacturers. It plans to store them ...

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