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HomeRuns nixes fee for higher orders

HomeRuns.com, an online grocer that serves the Boston and Washington, D.C., areas, changed its pricing policy to offer free service to orders placed over $125, the company said. The company has continued to refine its pricing structure. Two months ago, the Burlington, Mass.-based Web supermarket hiked service fees from $2.50 to $5.95. Webvan, the nation's largest online grocer, also raised and restructured its delivery fees this month. Five-year-old HomeRuns sent e-mails to its customers saying, "Many of you have asked us to reward customers on larger orders. We heard you."

HomeRuns.com, an online grocer that serves the Boston and Washington, D.C., areas, changed its pricing policy to offer free service to orders placed over $125, the company said. The company has continued to refine its pricing structure. Two months ago, the Burlington, Mass.-based Web supermarket hiked service fees from $2.50 to $5.95. Webvan, the nation's largest online grocer, also raised and restructured its delivery fees this month. Five-year-old HomeRuns sent e-mails to its customers saying, "Many of you have asked us to reward customers on larger orders. We heard you."

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