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  • E-grocery games

    E-grocery games

    Grocery sales online in the United States have grown slowly relative to other product categories, but Winder Farms is expanding with an approach that’s different from most of its web competitors.

    Posted 06/02/2014Madeline C. AndrePost a comment

    Grocery sales online in the United States have grown slowly relative to other product categories, but Winder Farms is expanding with an approach that’s different from most of its web competitors.

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  • Peapod`s last week in S.F.

    Online grocer Peapod.com will cease San Francisco operation and close its distribution center March 11.

    Posted 03/06/2001Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Online grocer Peapod.com will cease San Francisco operation and close its distribution center March 11.

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  • Is the Chicago e-commerce scene growing up?

    / Technology

    Is the Chicago e-commerce scene growing up?

    As some 10,000 e-retail pros prepare to gather in the city for IRCE 2014, local entrepreneurs and venture capitalists provide an overview of the e-commerce landscape.

    Posted 06/09/2014Thad RueterPost a comment

    As some 10,000 e-retail pros prepare to gather in the city for IRCE 2014, local entrepreneurs and venture capitalists provide an overview of the e-commerce landscape.
  • / E-Retailers

    Peapod Gets 11th-Hour Reprieve

    International food company Royal Ahold has purchased a 51% stake totaling $73 million in Web grocer (www.peapod.com) Peapod, saving the Internet pioneer from the compost heap. Under the agreement, Peapod will continue as a standalone company, and Ahold will supply it with goods, services and "fast pick" fulfillment centers, the companies say. Founded in 1989, Peapod has attracted 130,000 customers in eight metropolitan markets. But it has...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    …in Web grocer (www.peapod.com) Peapod, saving the Internet pioneer from the compost heap. Under the agreement, Peapod will continue as a standalone company, and Ahold will supply it with goods, services and "fast pick" fulfillment centers, the companies say. Founded in 1989, Peapod has attracted 130,000…
  • Online grocer Peapod expands to Baltimore

    Skokie, IL-based Peapod LLC is expanding into the Baltimore area, the company announced today, growing its potential market by 246,000 households.Shoppers will access the Peapod service through GiantFood.com.

    Posted 08/11/2004Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Skokie, IL-based Peapod LLC is expanding into the Baltimore area, the company announced today, growing its potential market by 246,000 households.Shoppers will access the Peapod service through GiantFood.com.
  • Peapod lets Chicagoans scan and shop during their commute

    / Mobile Commerce

    Peapod lets Chicagoans scan and shop during their commute

    Train passengers can scan items on posters to buy them through Peapod.

    Posted 05/07/2012Katie Evans1 comments

    Train passengers can scan items on posters to buy them through Peapod.
  • Which online grocery retailers really deliver?

    / E-Retailers

    Which online grocery retailers really deliver?

    FreshDirect earns top marks in a comparison of eight online grocers, outshining such big names as AmazonFresh, Google Shopping Express and Peapod in a study by Wells Fargo Securities and web design firm Fluid.

    Posted 04/15/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    FreshDirect earns top marks in a comparison of eight online grocers, outshining such big names as AmazonFresh, Google Shopping Express and Peapod in a study by Wells Fargo Securities and web design firm Fluid.

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  • Peapod keeps on truckin'

    Peapod keeps on truckin'

    Web grocer Peapod gains traction, potentially triggering a massive expansion of e-commerce into the last bastion of store-based retailing.

    Posted 03/31/2011Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Web grocer Peapod gains traction, potentially triggering a massive expansion of e-commerce into the last bastion of store-based retailing.
  • A bigger helping of web sales

    / E-Retailers

    A bigger helping of web sales

    The five leading Top 500 food and drug merchants grab 56% of sales.

    Posted 05/06/2013Mark BrohanPost a comment

    The five leading Top 500 food and drug merchants grab 56% of sales.

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  • Can Amazon sell groceries in the Big Apple?

    / E-Retailers

    Can Amazon sell groceries in the Big Apple?

    Amazon now delivers fresh foods same day to online customers in San Francisco, Los Angeles and Seattle—all untapped by Peapod and FreshDirect. The three will compete directly if AmazonFresh launches out East.

    Posted 12/13/2013Stefany ZarobanPost a comment

    Amazon now delivers fresh foods same day to online customers in San Francisco, Los Angeles and Seattle—all untapped by Peapod and FreshDirect. The three will compete directly if AmazonFresh launches out East.

    Related Content:Freshdirect | Grocery | Amazonfresh

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