LOS ANGELES — Chicagoans shopping at online grocer Peapod can buy their groceries for less than Ralphs customers can in Los Angles or D'Agostino customers in New York, according to a study released this week by research firm IBISWorld, based here. The company analyzed three different market baskets in each city: one filled with store brands, one filled with commercial brands, and another filled with organics purchased at Whole Foods. At Peapod, owned by Amsterdam-based Ahold, the ...

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