MINNEAPOLIS — SimonDelivers, the Internet grocer here that survived the dot-com bust, succumbed last week to rising gasoline costs and changing consumer habits in a weakening economy.
The nine-year-old company, which reportedly generated about $55 million in annual sales while delivering to 19,000 customers around the Twin Cities, said it would continue to fulfill customer orders only while its current supplies lasted. “We made a promise to provide you with a great website, great products ...
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