Amazon to Open Small Stores, Online Supermarket in Australia

 In Aldi, Australia, Coles, NewZealand, Woolworths
One of the world’s biggest retailers, Amazon, is on track to launch bricks and mortar grocery stores and an online supermarket in Australia within two years.
An Amazon supermarket would be different to a typical Australian supermarket, if it is built as once advocated by an executive supporting Amazon’s grocery rollout globally, Brittain Ladd.
It would be smaller than a Woolworths or Coles; similar in size to an Aldi store.
It would stock only the items people like to inspect before purchasing, namely fruit and vegetables, meat, dairy and alcohol.
But customers would still be able to buys tens of thousands of products through an app or an instore kiosk or touchscreen. Sydney Morning Herald – Read more…

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