NEW YORK — Online grocery FreshDirect here on Friday said it would launch a test program allowing recipients of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits — formerly known as food stamps — to order groceries online. The pilot coincides with the company’s expansion of its delivery service to lower-income neighborhoods in the Bronx, beginning Monday. The company, which has its headquarters and warehouse in Queens but is planning to relocate to the Bronx, has ...
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