WELLESLEY HILLS, Mass. — Roche Bros. Supermarkets, an 18-store operator here, recently started a call-in service allowing shoppers to phone in an order and have it delivered. The service aims to help shoppers who have compromised health and mobility issues that affect their ability to conduct everyday tasks like grocery shopping. Roche Bros. launched an online shopping and delivery service in 2005 but found that the elderly and disabled often did not have access to a computer or the ...
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