Amazon has been running their grocery delivery service for awhile now in the United States. It is called AmazonFresh, and it LLOWS customers to get fresh produce delivered to them. Meanwhile, Amazon UK has tried it’s hand at the same thing, but it hasn’t launched a proper service like the one that has been live in the United States.
Well, if a new report is accurate, this is going to change. It could change as early as this month, to the delight of Londoners.
Apparently the company has already started testing the service in London with a small number of customers. The company is said to have told suppliers to start deliveries in the next few weeks as well. There is even more evidence: Bol, a supplier of chilled meals, says that its salad bowls will be launching on AmazonFresh on May 18th, hinting at a potential launch of the service in London very soon.
AmazonFresh’s launch in the United Kingdom follows the deal that Amazon signed with British supermarket Morrisons which will wholesale fresh, ambient and frozen products to Amazon. It will be interesting to see how this goes. The service willprobably go live in London first and then be expanded to other parts of the United Kingdom later.
Source UbergizmoFiled Under: Technology News