Reports of the death of online grocery shopping have been greatly exaggerated. In fact, the business has more than survived the bad press that followed the well-publicized flameouts of Webvan, Streamline and other lesser-known ventures a few years ago. Today there are some successes, and some retailers and other executives familiar with online grocery shopping remain positive about its prospects. Overall, online grocery still represents a modest chunk of the pie, estimated to be less than ...
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