Amazon quietly opens its eleventh Fresh store, reportedly plans 28 more
Last Thursday, Amazon opened its 11th Amazon Fresh grocery store, Bloomberg reports. It’s a remarkably quick expansion of the initiative considering Amazon only opened its first store of this type on an invite-only basis in August in Los Angeles. The company doesn’t appear to be slowing down anytime soon either, with Bloomberg reporting that it has plans for at least 28 more locations (though Amazon was only willing to confirm five of these).
Amazon’s Fresh stores are just one part of the company’s growing collection of retail stores. They’re meant to be less upscale than Amazon’s Whole Foods locations, and bigger than the company’s Go and Go Grocery locations. In the US, they also don’t use Amazon’s cashierless “Just Walk Out”…