The purchase of Whole Foods two years ago "seems to have only whetted [Amazon] executives’ appetites" for making a mark in the grocery industry, reports The New York Times
company is now quietly exploring an ambitious new chain, probably separate from Whole Foods, that...would be built for in-store shopping as well as pickup and delivery," and "with a smaller area
dedicated to fresh shopping." There would be a "hub-and-spoke approach where one store serves as the warehouse and commissary for others."
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