CHICAGO — The Peapod Internet shopping site said it plans to open its second freestanding pickup site on Wednesday, allowing shoppers same-day grocery ordering and pick up. The facility in Deerfield, Ill., allows shoppers to schedule one-hour time slots for grocery order pick-up. Same-day service is available for shoppers who place orders before 10 a.m. for 4 p.m. pick-up. Peapod, which is owned by Ahold USA, is also developing Pick-Up Points (refrerred to as PUPs) at selected ...

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