Amazon expands its in-garage grocery service

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Amazon has announced that its In-Garage Grocery Delivery is expanding to all locations where grocery delivery from Amazon is available, providing service to more than 5,000 US cities and towns. Originally launched in five cities last November, Key In-Garage Grocery Delivery can now be used by eligible Prime members to have their Amazon Fresh and Whole Foods Market groceries delivered securely and conveniently inside their garages.

In a recent survey by Morning Consult commissioned by Amazon, nearly 70% of Americans reported that grocery delivery is beneficial when they don’t have time for a trip to the grocery store. Of the 54% of Americans who highlighted convenience as the most important benefit of grocery delivery, 77% reported saving time as a beneficial advantage.

“Customers who tried Key In-Garage Grocery Delivery have loved the service, which is why we’re expanding it to everywhere Amazon offers grocery delivery,” said Pete Gerstberger, head of Key by Amazon. “As customers look for more convenience in their daily lives, we’re excited to deliver another service that not only helps them save time but provides peace of mind knowing that tonight’s dinner is safe in their garage and out of the weather.”

“We’ve worked hard to bring the convenience of grocery delivery from Amazon Fresh and Whole Foods Market to even more Prime members, now reaching customers in more than 5,000 cities and towns,” added Stephenie Landry, VP of Grocery at Amazon. “I’m thrilled to offer customers Key In-Garage Grocery Delivery, and believe this expansion illustrates our commitment to continually innovate to make the experience of ordering groceries online even better for customers.”

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