Amazon Opening Convenience Stores

"Amazon.com Inc. 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 Seattle company aims to build small brick-and-mortar stores that would sell produce, milk, meats and other perishable items that customers can take home, these people say."
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First bookstores, then mall stores, and now convenience stores. Amazon's latest brick-and-mortar foray will support its growing Fresh subscription grocery service, and the company is also considering showrooms for its proprietary tech devices, sources told the Wall Street Journal.

"Amazon.com Inc. 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 Seattle company aims to build small brick-and-mortar stores that would sell produce, milk, meats and other perishable items that customers can take home, these people say."

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