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AmazonFresh Expands to More U.S. Cities

Chicago and Dallas join a growing list of cities where the same-day grocery delivery service is available.
October 27, 2016

​SEATTLE – Amazon is expanding its same-day grocery delivery service, AmazonFresh, to two new cities: Chicago and Dallas. These new cities add to the growing list of regions where AmazonFresh is available, including recently-launched Northern Virginia, Boston, Baltimore and London.

AmazonFresh allows customers to combine grocery and other shopping into one seamless and online shopping experience. Customers can order a wide range of items, from fruits, vegetables, meat, seafood, baked goods and dairy products, to beauty products and household goods.

The online delivery option offers same-day or next-day delivery, with convenient delivery windows, including the option of either attended or unattended delivery. Customers can place an order in the morning and have it delivered as early as that same evening, or order before going to bed and have the items on their doorstep in time for breakfast the next day.

“We continue to expand AmazonFresh into new regions so that more and more customers can take advantage of the service,” said Ben Hartman, vice president of AmazonFresh. “Whether they are busy with family, work, travel or something else, we believe all Prime members will enjoy the convenience and flexibility of AmazonFresh, in addition to the vast selection and low prices that the service offers.”

To date, AmazonFresh is available in cities in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, New Hampshire and West Virginia; and in areas of Northern California including Oakland, Fresno, Santa Rosa, Stockton and Walnut Creek.