LOS ANGELES -- Unified Western Grocers here is testing a service that allows member retailers to offer a personalized Web site from which consumers can order groceries for in-store pickup or, if the retailer chooses to offer it, home delivery. According to Chuck Pilliter, Unified's executive vice president for sales and marketing, the Web sites will be created and maintained for Unified members by i-Active, a third-party provider based in Huntington Beach, Calif. Hows Markets, Pasadena, is ...
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