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Amazon reportedly plans to open real-life convenience stores

Amazon plans to open actual convenience stores for its Amazon Fresh customers, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal. The stores will sell perishable foods like milk, meat and produce and serve as a platform to order same-day delivery of longer-lasting goods, the Journal reported.  Amazon did not respond to a request for comment from Mashable.  SEE ALSO: Amazon's new shopping 'wand' isn't as magical as it sounds Amazon Fresh allows customers to sign up for same-day grocery delivery at set times.
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