The UK's second biggest supermarket chain is to let customers buy off the virtual shelf. The Sainsbury online store will open next month, initially for 200 shoppers. But Sainsbury plans to test it on between 500,000 and one million Web users after June.
Tesco launched a similar scheme last year using Microsoft Merchant server software. Sainsbury has enlisted Hewlett-Packard to build its site using HP's online payment system.
Sainsbury senior business development manager, Maureen Mitchell, said customers are likely to be charged around u5 with home delivery, or u2 if they collect the groceries themselves.
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