Automated check-out systems in supermarkets, where cashiers are replaced by barcode-readers and touchscreen interfaces for taking payments, have become a commonplace fixture in many parts of the world.
The days of supermarket queues are numbered. That’s if Amazon and a slew of well-financed startups’ recent activities are anything to go by. Amazon’s cashierless automated stores are expanding everywhere,
Groceryshop 2019 is just a few days away, and this year’s event is not one to take lightly. The grocery industry is changing rapidly. What started with Amazon’s purchase of Whole Foods in 2017, and was
Since opening the first cashier-less Amazon Go convenience store in Seattle almost three years ago, Amazon has continued to open new Go stores in a few additional cities. But if you’re wondering why there
The eGrocery revolution is coming. According to eMarketer, online revenue from U.S. grocery e-commerce is expected to be roughly $20 billion this year and to grow just over 18% year-over-year, meaning
Amazon is now accepting returns on purchases made online in its some of its Amazon Go stores, Business Insider has learned. To make a return, Amazon customers select the product they'd like to return the
No wallet, no problem… assuming you are an Amazon Prime customer. Credit, debit, or fingerprint? At Whole Foods, that question may soon be posed to customers as Amazon is testing hand identification for