WESTBURY, N.Y. -- King Kullen Grocery Co. here is offering customers in New York's Nassau and Suffolk counties home shopping and delivery for a service fee equal to 20% of the total order. The chain, which began promoting the service in its weekly ad circular Oct. 20 and in front windows of its 46 Long Island stores, declined comment on the program. A company source, however, confirmed the service is new. Josephine Amplo, president of Josephine's Delivery Service, Farmingville, N.Y., which ...

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