BENTONVILLE, Ark. -- If you are craving Maine lobsters, hankering for some mahimahi or maybe just want to stock up on a few aged T-bone steaks, a quick click on Wal-Mart's web site will have them at your door the next day. The chain, based here, is providing access to home delivery of fresh seafood and meat items through its site on the World Wide Web. "If we can offer this concept of one-stop shopping and offer everything, I really think we can accommodate, help and service more customers ...
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