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Amazon India Announce the Launch of “Amazon Fresh”

'Amazon Fresh' launched with 2 hour delivery service

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Amazon India launches Amazon Fresh store with 2-hour delivery on Amazon.in.
Amazon India launches Amazon Fresh store with 2-hour delivery on Amazon.in. IANS

E-commerce major Amazon India on Thursday announced the launch of “Amazon Fresh”, offering food and grocery items, for select pin-codes in the city.

“The Amazon Fresh store will serve a complete grocery experience with the most convenient 2-hour delivery slots powered by Prime Now from 6 a.m. to midnight on Amazon.in,” the company said in a statement.

According to the company, with Amazon Fresh, customers can order their grocery requirements across a selection of over 5,000 fruits and vegetables, dairy, meat, ice-creams, and dry grocery like staples, packaged food, personal care and home care.

“These ultrafast deliveries are powered by Amazon’s Prime Now service which was earlier available only on the separate Prime Now app. The Prime Now app will continue to serve customers in Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad,” it said.

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Siddharth Nambiar, Director of Category Management, Amazon India said: “Now, customers can order the freshest fruits and vegetables as well as everyday grocery and get it within 2 hours. Pixabay

Siddharth Nambiar, Director of Category Management, Amazon India said: “Now, customers can order the freshest fruits and vegetables as well as everyday grocery and get it within 2 hours. We are starting this service in Bengaluru and will soon roll this out to customers in other cities.”

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Through the Amazon Fresh store on Amazon.in, “prime” members will get exclusive access to the two-hour delivery slots for Rs 49. All customers get convenient two-hour delivery slots from 6 a.m. to midnight with free delivery for orders above Rs 600. Orders below Rs 600 will be charged a delivery fee of Rs 29, it said. (IANS)

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Amazon Acquires Turkish Data Processing Startup Company “DataRow”

Amazon started its retail operations in Turkey in 2018, and has a seven-year plan for large-scale logistics investment in the country

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Amazon started its retail operations in Turkey in 2018, and has a seven-year plan for large-scale logistics investment in the country. Wikimedia Commons

 E-commerce giant Amazon has completed the acquisition of Turkish data processing startup company DataRow.

Eren Baydemir, who founded the company with Can Abacigil in 2017, tweeted to confirm the acquisition.

“A new chapter begins for DataRow today. Our team is very excited to join AWS, and we can’t wait to see what lies ahead in terms of data analytics,” Baydemir tweeted.

The company’s website also announced the move.

“We are proud to have created an innovative tool that facilitates data exploration and visualization for data analysts in Amazon Redshift, providing users with an easy to use interface to create tables, load data, author queries, perform visual analysis, and collaborate with others to share SQL code, analysis, and results. Together with AWS, we look forward to taking our tool to the next level for customers,” the announcement read.

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E-commerce giant Amazon has completed the acquisition of Turkish data processing startup company DataRow. Wikimedia Commons

Amazon started its retail operations in Turkey in 2018, and has a seven-year plan for large-scale logistics investment in the country.

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Last year, Vice President of Amazon Europe Xavier Garambois said that the company already has a team in Istanbul for cloud computing, but not a data centre. (IANS)