CAMARILLO, Calif. -- A small Los Angeles-area on-line delivery service is aggressively growing by focusing on fresh foods and fill-in niche items. Pink Dot, based here, opened a new "fulfillment center" in Culver City, Calif., late last month. The site, where customer orders are processed and packed for delivery, followed the January launch of Pink Dot's Costa Mesa fulfillment center. The company now operates a total of 12 such centers, and says plans are in high gear to set up shop in more ...

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