Amazon Introduces its Drive-up Grocery Service

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Earlier this month, GeekWire revealed a sketch of Amazon’s newest grocery store that was spotted in Seattle.  At that time, there was no official announcement from the company yet but the window sign that says,Shop online.  Pick up here.  Relax while we load your groceries.” basically explains what the new concept is about.

But today, the e-commerce giant finally launched “AmazonFresh Pickup,” a drive-up grocery service that allows customers to pick up online orders.  Shoppers can choose from thousands of grocery items, including high-quality meats, fresh produce, bread, dairy, household essentials and more.

“AmazonFresh Pickup is a fast and easy way to order groceries, pick them up, and be on your way in minutes. Orders can be ready in as little as 15 minutes after they are placed. There’s no order minimum and the service is free for Prime members.”

The two AmazonFresh Pickup stores located in SODO and Ballard neighborhoods are currently open for Amazon employees only while they are testing the program.  Once they are officially open to the public, all Prime members will enjoy free and unlimited pickup benefits.

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