Attention Bostonians: Your Amazon cart could be filled with groceries in 2016.
The AmazonFresh service that lets Amazon customers order groceries—including items like dairy, meat, and fish for delivery within 24 hours—is launching in Boston this year, according to a Recode report citing multiple anonymous sources.
The service, which Amazon began testing in 2007, would only be available to customers who purchase the $299 Prime Fresh yearly membership, which automatically enrolls you in the company’s Amazon Prime program.
Customers in parts of Washington state, California, New Jersey, New York City, and Philadelphia already have access to the service, according to ReCode. Its report said the expansion of the program would also include the United Kingdom.
Amazon’s Prime Pantry service, which costs customers $5.99 per month and allows them to shop for groceries from a limited selection of perishable goods and beverages, is already available in Boston.
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