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Turcsik, Richard
February 2000
Progressive Grocer;Feb2000, Vol. 79 Issue 2, p73
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Interviews executives of online grocery companies like Timothy A. DeMello of Streamline.com, Jay Walker of Priceline.com and Ted Daley of Instill Corp. Views on the cybergrocery industry in 2010; Opinion on customers; Importance of a backup plan.


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