Amazon now does a lot more than it initially did, the company has evolved from an online marketplace to a behemoth that produces its own tablets, has its own app store, own cloud storage service and a lot more. The company also has a service through which it aims to deliver your groceries, checking another errand of your list so that you can spend additional time on your couch. Called AmazonFresh, the service was first launched in Seattle, which is Amazon’s home base. About six months ago, AmazonFresh was expanded to Los Angeles. According to AllThingsD, San Francisco might be next, a launch is expected on Tuesday, December 10th.
ATD’s report is based on information it has received from a source. To further substantiate the possibility of an imminent launch, there have already been sightings of AmazonFresh trucks in San Francisco, and a job opening at Amazon also points towards the launch. Its easy to order groceries using the service, all users have to do is go online and order anything such as dry items, fresh produce and even dairy products such as milk. Users can opt for same day or next day delivery. Existing members of AmazonFresh program have to pay $299 per year for the service.
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