LOS ANGELES — Two California companies offering same-day delivery of groceries are taking very different approaches to fulfillment, as the world’s largest online retailer expands into their markets. Yummy.com, based here, operates out of four small, neighborhood grocery stores, touting delivery “in about 30 minutes” via its fleet of dedicated trucks. The service is expanding to new areas of Los Angeles just as AmazonFresh recently launched delivery of perishables ...

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