The company is reportedly looking into building convenience stores to grow its grocery business.
It's called Project Como. And it's the latest example of Amazon dominating the physical world of e-commerce. The post Amazon Is Opening Grocery Stores So You Don't Have to Shop in Them appeared first on WIRED.
Amazon is about to expand ever further into the grocery business in a big way, sources tell the Wall Street Journal. Plans include opening convenience stores where shoppers can grab perishable groceries (milk, meat, fruit, etc.) to ...
Amazon.com is pushing deeper into the grocery business with plans for convenience stores and curbside pickup locations, aiming to compete more directly with Wal-Mart and other grocery discounters.