August 10, 1991. Storx, the grocery delivery service that takes goods direct to consumers' doors, claims that despite the recession business is still growing and prospects are excellent. The venture set up two years ago in London has expanded to Bristol and Bath, but plans to go national had been hit by the lull in the economy. Director and general manager Ian Burton said: "I think the whole concept of home shopping is going to mushroom but it is still early days." Delivery is free for orders over £50 or weekly orders of £25. Otherwise there is a £2.95 delivery charge. {{COUNTERPOINT }}