Big food retailers are expanding grocery delivery services, hoping to dissuade customers from defecting to online rivals. Grocery heavyweights including Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., Kroger Co. and Meijer, Inc. are broadening delivery areas across the country and the ways in which customers get their groceries. Meijer said Thursday that it will start delivering groceries later this month in the six Midwestern states—Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin—where its 230 stores are located.
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