[LISTEN] Amazon pilots supermarkets with no cashiers

Amazon says it is opening a new food and convenience store that doesn’t have a checkout line.

JOHANNESBURG - Amazon says it is opening a new food and convenience store that doesn’t have a checkout line.

The 1,800-square-foot retail store in Seattle will offer ready-made meals and some grocery basics, according to the website.

This is one of several experiments that Amazon is launching with the hope of capturing the lucrative market for groceries.

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