Internet grocers, including Webvan and GroceryWorks, have tweaked their delivery fee schedules for certain orders in moves they say will increase order size and provide a cushion against money-losing home deliveries. Webvan, Foster City, Calif., said it would increase its minimum order size for free deliveries in San Francisco and Sacramento, Calif., from $50 to $75 beginning today. GroceryWorks, Carrollton, Texas, late last month added a charge of $7.95 for all orders under $60. ...

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