Amazon to Expand Grocery Business With New Convenience Stores | WSJ

Amazon.com is pushing deeper into the grocery business with plans to introduce convenience stores as well as curbside pickup locations, say people familiar with the matter.

The company aims to build small brick-and-mortar stores that would sell produce, milk, and other perishable items that customers can take home, these people say. Primarily using their mobile phones or, possibly, touch screens around the store, customers could also order goods with longer shelf lives for same-day delivery. Amazon will soon begin rolling out designated drive-in locations where online grocery orders will be brought to the car….

Source: Amazon to Expand Grocery Business With New Convenience Stores – WSJ

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