Peapod, Chicago, last week began accepting orders and making deliveries from Stop & Shop "fast-pick" centers in the Connecticut towns of Norwalk and New Canaan. The distribution centers, built in 8,000-square-foot mezzanine storage spaces at Super Stop & Shop stores, are the first to be rolled out as part of Peapod's agreement with Ahold. The Dutch retailer, parent of Quincy, Mass.-based Stop & Shop, bought a 51% stake in Peapod in April. Ahold said it has plans to expand the ...

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