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Amazon expands in-garage grocery delivery to Prime members in 5,000 cities

- Retail
Amazon today announced that Key by Amazon In-Garage Grocery Delivery is expanding to everywhere grocery delivery from Amazon is available, providing service to more than 5,000 U.S. cities and towns.

Amazon: The COVID grocer

- Analysis
Amazon is big, and it’s up-front.

Amazon to expand grocery concept to Seattle area

- Produce with Pamela
What’s going to be the *it* factor that sways consumers to break with their usual routine and shop Amazon Fresh instead?

Quick Look: Amazon Fresh, Naperville, IL

- Produce with Pamela
This is the first location outside of California for the company, with all the tech bells and whistles you'd expect.

Report: Nearly half of online shoppers choose Walmart for grocery

- Retail
When asked about purchasing grocery items online in the coming year, supermarket shoppers register the lowest intent with 32% saying they will do so more (a decrease from 44% earlier this year), compared to 48% of Walmart shoppers and 54% of Amazon shoppers.

Amazon’s grocery moves – a signal of more to come?

- Produce with Pamela
Three years after Seattle-based Amazon acquired Austin, TX-based Whole Foods Market Inc., it seems that the tech giant is finally moving forward with grocery plans of its own.

Sneak peek: Amazon opens first physical grocery store

- Retail
After more than a year of speculation about its foray into brick-and-mortar grocery, Seattle-based Amazon has opened its first location.

The Produce Reporter Week in Review – May 22, 2020

- General News
Greg and Pamela discuss the roller coaster $40 million contract awarded to Ben Holtz of California Avocados Direct in the USDA's Farmers to Families Food Box program, the controversy unfolding from the selection process, and how the majority of contracts are business as usual.

Amazon turns Whole Foods stores dark in online grocery catch-up

- Produce with Pamela
The back-and-forth of Amazon Prime grocery and Amazon Fresh contraction and expansion over the past three years has been a puzzler for me. Amazon is an e-commerce company. They bought a grocery store. Why was this not a better marriage?

Has Amazon grown enough to Go Grocery?

- Produce with Pamela
Based on my experiences at its Amazon Go convenience format, I’m not so sure the concept is ready for a major expansion.