Grocery retailer Kroger plans to end a pilot program in Arizona in which more than 2,000 grocery deliveries were made in self-driving vehicles. The program, launched last August, featured deliveries
in autonomous vehicles from robotics company Nuro. The companies now will start the next phase of the program — an autonomous-vehicle delivery service at two Kroger stores in Houston that
will reach customers in four ZIP codes there, according to USA Today.
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