CHICAGO — Online grocer Peapod here on Thursday unveiled a display in a pedestrian subway tunnel here that allows shoppers to scan products, download the Peapod app and other functions. The company, a division of Ahold USA, first tested the service at commuter rail stations in Philadelphia earlier this year. It is still available in nine locations there. “This whole thing is built around customer awareness and acquisition,” Thomas Parkinson, Peapod’s co-founder ...

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