USA: E-delivery service Kozmo.com closes doors in San Diego and Houston
"While we wish it weren't so," opens the message greeting e-consumers logging on in Houston and San Diego, " Kozmo.com will no longer operate in your area. Unfortunately, demand did not match our staffing and inventory requirements to maintain service." The online grocery e-delivery service reported that while the average order nationwide reaches US$28, in Houston and San Diego it falls US$4 short of economic feasibility, at US$24.
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