Amazon Has a New Kind of Grocery Store Coming in 2020

It is not Whole Foods or Amazon Go—so what is it?

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Amazon is planning to open its first grocery store in 2020, according to a spokesperson with the retail giant.

The concept, opening in the Woodland Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles, will be distinct from the upscale Whole Foods Market chain Amazon acquired in 2017 and will not be an outpost of the cashierless Amazon Go. It will include a traditional checkout.

The spokesperson declined to comment further.

Citing “people familiar with the matter,” the Wall Street Journal previously reported that Amazon is looking to open dozens of grocery stores in U.S.



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