Amazon is breaking into physical retail in a new way. Amazon’s checkout-free grocery store opens in Seattle on Monday. The store, called Amazon Go, doesn’t work like a typical Walmart or supermarket — instead, it’s designed so that shoppers will use an app, also called Amazon Go, to automatically add the products they plan to buy to a digital shopping cart; they can then walk out of the building without waiting in a checkout line. The stores will sell ready-made food, staples like bread and milk, and other grocery products.
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