Amazon's grocery store expansion plan is moving forward
Amazon's grocery store expansion plan is moving forward.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the online retail giant is expanding its brick-and-mortar presence, particularly on the west coast, where it has signed more than a dozen leases in the Los Angeles area.
Amazon is looking for spaces around 35-thousand square feet in size.
That's about half the size of the typical grocery store.
The chain will be separate from its Whole Foods brand, though it's unclear whether they will be branded as Amazon markets or Amazon Go.
Other grocery stores are also said to be in the works in San Francisco, Seattle, Chicago, Washington, D.C., and Philadelphia.
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