HOUSTON -- Randalls Food Markets' ambitious plan to launch home-shopping services in three Texas markets this year has started strongly, with 5,000 Houston-area shoppers signed on during the program's first nine weeks of operation. The home-shopping service, introduced earlier this year, is being offered in conjunction with Peapod, Evanston, Ill., which provides on-line (via Internet and dial-up services) ordering and delivery services in conjunction with supermarket retailers in seven U.S. ...
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