CHICAGO — Online grocer Peapod here is expanding its virtual grocery-store billboards to more than 100 commuter rail stations in the markets where it operates here and in the Northeast from Washington to New England. Shoppers can use their mobile devices to download the Peapod shopping app and then scan the bar codes displayed with the products on the billboards. Peapod, which is owned by Ahold and provides online service for Ahold’s Stop & Shop and Giant supermarket ...

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