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Amazon to expand little-known grocery delivery service this week

By Shawn Knight
Jun 5, 2013
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  1. Amazon is reportedly preparing to expand their grocery delivery service following years of quiet testing in Seattle. Two people familiar with the situation said the e-commerce site could launch AmazonFresh in Los Angeles as early as this week and hit...

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  2. Skidmarksdeluxe

    Skidmarksdeluxe TS Evangelist Posts: 3,337   +806

    I'd rather pick & choose my groceries personally before paying therefore I'll transport them myself.
     
  3. spencer

    spencer TS Enthusiast Posts: 204   +22

    And Jeff Bezos is at BILDERBERG; unfortunately now I suspect Amazon is now a globalist front. Im sure these groceries is just full of aspartame and fluoride and GMOS so no way you want to ingest such; unless you like killing your brain and immune system and cancer. Don't believe me I dare you to look it up.
     
  4. Skidmarksdeluxe

    Skidmarksdeluxe TS Evangelist Posts: 3,337   +806

    I wouldn't like to kill my brain & immune system but killing cancer is another story.
     
  5. TomSEA

    TomSEA TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 2,370   +405

    I have friends who buy their groceries through Amazon here in Seattle. They were very skeptical when they started, but said every delivery has been timely with excellent products, especially the produce.

    Now they're a family who are busy with kid activities, etc., so can see how this would benefit them. For a single person like myself - I can do my own shopping. ;)
     
  6. Hello huge monopoly.
     
  7. Americans will never get it. Convenience has its consequences. Next we'll be walking around with diapers on, and not wanting to leave the crib.
     
  8. mailpup

    mailpup TS Special Forces Posts: 8,482   +233

    Grocery delivery is not new, at least in many areas. That's Schwan's whole business. Many supermarket chains offer this service and in some areas so does Walmart. I prefer to shop for myself but for some, like seniors and others who don't drive or if you live alone and you get sick, it can come in handy.
     
  9. General Sam

    General Sam TS Member Posts: 26

    Home delivery here in England is perfectly fine, I don't see anything different about the products I get (such as added aspartame or other apparently cancerous rumours) and I don't pay any premium except for the delivery charge.
     
  10. spencer

    spencer TS Enthusiast Posts: 204   +22

    You guests or guest truly seem to be awake;I solute you

    ok then,fluoride is good for you too keep drinking it and ingesting as much aspartame as possible as well as gmos if you don't believe me. If gmos don't cause cancer explain this 30 years ago(before they put gmos in food)cancer was extremely rare and now it's skyrocketed by thousands of percent since then(after gmos were introduced) And areas with no gmos(3rd world countries)haven't even heard of the word cancer.If You still don't believe me then have fun eating your gmos and fluoride :)
     
  11. General Sam

    General Sam TS Member Posts: 26


    I haven't researched into this so I can't disagree with you.
     
     
  12. spencer

    spencer TS Enthusiast Posts: 204   +22

    It's admirable that your at least honest and give me a fair chance; And if you do some research check independent sources;not ones owned by the people that want me and you dead.CNN newsweek,FOX,MSNBC,CBS and so on.
     
  13. NTAPRO

    NTAPRO TS Enthusiast Posts: 811   +91

    Not really. Diapers are associated mostly with little kids, old people, and people who have just have no control over their bowels. The social repercussions would be to great
     
  14. MannerMauler

    MannerMauler TS Member Posts: 24

    look-up what
     
  15. MannerMauler

    MannerMauler TS Member Posts: 24

    the uk dose not think gmo are safe and england is in the uk
     


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