SAN DIEGO -- Internet grocery competition in the Pacific Northwest is driving Haggen Inc., Bellingham, Wash., to set up an on-line shopping service, said Jeff Haggen, vice president for e-commerce, speaking at the iGrocer conference here. Albertson's, Boise, Idaho, last month added pick-up sites for its Seattle-area on-line shopping test. HomeGrocer.com, Kirkland, Wash., which is soon to merge with Webvan Group, Foster City, Calif., is based in Haggen's backyard. And Safeway, Pleasanton, ...

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