Source: Zero Hedge

Amazon is taking more strides in the world of grocery, launching the biggest overhaul of that part of its business since it bought Whole Foods. The details of its new overhaul, reported on by Bloomberg this week, include “revamping stores, testing new highly automated warehouses and, for the first time, offering fresh-food delivery to customers who aren’t Prime subscribers.”

The new initiatives will be put into place in coming weeks and months, the report says, with the intention of widening Amazon’s footprint in grocery.

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