In the city that never sleeps—and never stops moving, for that matter—consumers might be able to go cashierless, thanks to Amazon’s potential foray into the Big Apple. The e-tail giant is expanding its Go stores into New York City, according to The Information. Job postings for an assistant store manager, a store manager, and a training lead associate were seen online, indicating that a New York-based Amazon Go store is in the works.
While no additional information has been released yet by Amazon, it’s safe to assume the New York stores will offer perishable items, ready-made salads, meals kits, Whole Foods goods, snacks, and more like the Seattle-based Go stores.
Since opening its first Amazon Go location in Seattle, Amazon has also been rumored to be eyeing Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Chicago as other possible cities to expand its brick-and-mortar network.
As Amazon continues to spread its wings and find footing, so to speak, will we see more Go stores pop up from sea to shining sea? Deli Market News will keep you updated as the e-tailer makes more moves into the fresh food arena.