Amazon launches new food delivery service

Amazon is planning to launch a new grocery delivery service in the US and Europe by the end of 2018.

The company has said that it expects to be able to deliver up to 1.5 tonnes of fresh food per week to more than 200 customers, according to a post on its website.

It’s unclear whether Amazon will offer a full-service delivery service for customers in the UK.

It currently offers a full range of delivery options for grocery delivery and it plans to launch full-time delivery in the country by the middle of 2018, with other deliveries expected in the coming months.

The service is being launched with the help of the UK’s Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, which is responsible for delivering the Government’s economic benefits. 

The announcement comes as the UK prepares to leave the EU, where Amazon is based, after Brexit talks.

The UK is due to trigger Brexit talks with the European Union on March 23, 2019.

Amazon announced a series of new grocery deliveries, including delivery from a new delivery centre in New York City.

In an interview with Business Insider, Jeff Bezos, Amazon’s CEO, said that the company has a long-term plan to provide a range of services for customers, from a grocery delivery system to a food delivery app.

“We are constantly working to deliver the most efficient and cost-effective delivery service,” he said.

“It’s a long process.

It will take years to make that happen.”

Read more: Amazon to launch food delivery in UK, France, Germany by 2019The UK’s grocery delivery services are expected to deliver around 1.2 tonnes of food per day to customers in its current service area, according a report from The Guardian.

Amazon has long offered full-day delivery services, with customers able to choose from delivery centres in the major US cities.

Its first full-meal delivery service, launched in 2014, saw customers in a handful of cities in the USA, New York and Washington, DC.

The new service, which the company said would start operating by the summer of 2019, will allow customers to order food online, which will be delivered to their doorsteps.

“By offering a full day delivery service that’s delivered right to your door, you’ll be able make your shopping journey with confidence and peace of mind,” the company wrote on its site.

“You’ll also be able enjoy more convenience by using our app to manage your delivery preferences and choosing the delivery route that best fits your schedule and preferences.”

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