There are some things you just cannot do with Amazon Prime, like order Thai food.
That’s why the company is rolling out an Amazon Food Delivery Service, which will allow people to order from the company’s online grocery store.
The service will launch in the coming weeks, and will be offered for a limited time only.
Customers who order from Amazon Food Services will be able to pay a $5 fee for delivery.
The new service will offer the same wide variety of ingredients and produce that Amazon has in stock, but the delivery will be faster and easier.
Amazon Food Service is only available in Seattle, but it will be available in other major cities across the country as well.
Amazon Food Delivery will be made available for $10 per person per day, which is roughly $6 less than the current $8 per person daily price.
The company has been testing the service for some time now, and the company expects to roll it out in major cities by the end of the year.
Amazon says the service will help make ordering more convenient, as it will take less time to complete the transaction, and delivery will take about 30 minutes.
Amazon’s plans are to roll the service out in the U.S. and Canada by the beginning of 2020, which would make this the first service to be available globally.