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    Peapod Reaches Indianapolis

    Online shopping and home delivery service comes to Indiana’s capital
     

    Internet grocer Peapod LLC has expanded service to the Indianapolis metro area, bringing residents of Indiana’s Marion, Hamilton, Hendricks and Johnson counties the convenience and ease of shopping for groceries at the click of a mouse.

    In addition, Peapod has launched PeapodMobile. The free app, which is available for iPhone/iTouch, Android, and Palm Pre users, contains Peapod’s most convenient shopping features along with some features exclusively available to mobile users.

    “Peapod is excited to serve Indianapolis,” said Andrew Parkinson, Peapod president. “As always, we will strive to provide a wide selection of well-priced, top-quality, fresh products with the ease of Internet shopping and home delivery.”

    Peapod offers shoppers the ability to create personal lists, read nutrition information, sort products rapidly by price or by nutrition criteria, and take advantage of personalized online coupons. Groceries can be delivered as soon as the next day after the order is placed. Arrangements can also be made to fit the shopper's schedule, even allowing deliveries when the customer isn’t home.

    Founded in 1989, Peapod serves 23 U.S. markets in Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, Maryland, Virginia, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York, New Hampshire, New Jersey and the District of Columbia. The Skokie, Ill.-based company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Royal Ahold in the Netherlands.

     

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