By Todd Bishop.
Amazon launched its new AmazonFresh Pickup grocery service for Amazon Prime members at two Seattle locations this morning, and GeekWire jumped at the opportunity to be the first people outside of the company’s own employees to try it out.
The concept is simple: Order your groceries online and pick them up in a designated time window at the AmazonFresh Pickup location. And the experience was, in fact, largely seamless for me, and it promises to be even faster next time as long as I’m able to give up a bit of our privacy by letting Amazon store my license plate.
I started at the AmazonFresh Pickup landing page, choosing Ballard as our location.
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