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Amazon: Addressing solid obstacles

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Amazon’s initial foray for its own branded grocery, Amazon Fresh, was an online-only venture. To expand further, it needed credibility.

Amazon: Here to stay

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Expert consensus is that many consumers will continue to shop online for groceries in the long term.

Amazon: Timing and investment

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Some grocers were ahead of the curve when it comes to ecommerce, though few were ready for the scale of what would soon be needed.

Amazon: Eye on online groceries

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Online grocery shopping—a market that nearly tripled in 2020, according to Packaged Facts—represent one area of the online world where Amazon is not dominant.

Amazon and the Future of Grocery

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There is no question that Amazon is an ecommerce powerhouse and a force in grocery retailing, especially online. But the company has faced some challenges as it has worked to expand and strengthen its grocery business, especially when it comes to its brick-and-mortar retail stores.

Amazon adds cashier-less Just Walk Out technology to select Whole Foods stores

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Amazon's Just Walk Out technology is available in the retailer's Amazon Fresh physical stores. Customers are prompted at the store’s entry gates to choose if they want to use Just Walk Out shopping or the traditional checkout lanes.

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

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Amazon is big, and it’s up-front.

Amazon to expand grocery concept to Seattle area

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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

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