CANADA: Grocery Gateway ups its charges: sagacious caution or corrective surgery?
In a bid to avoid the seemingly inevitable cash drain of online-grocery trading; Grocery Gateway has upped its charges for delivery and minimum order level. The Mississauga-based e-tailer informed its 100,000 registered customers last week that as from 2 April, a minimum order will now cost C$60, rather than C$45, and delivery will cost C$2 more at C$8.
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