CHICAGO -- Peapod Interactive, the on-line grocery shopping and delivery service, will soon begin operating in Boston, its third U.S. market. In addition, the company based here has lined up the support of Kraft Foods, Bristol-Myers Products and Heinz Co. to help develop the on-line service. Tim Dorgan, president of Peapod, outlined these moves here late last month at an in-store marketing conference sponsored by the Grocery Manufacturers of America. In a separate development, Providence ...
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