Amazon Fresh opens second London grocery store

Amazon has opened its second physical grocery store next to Wembley stadium in London.

It follows the launch of Amazon’s first UK store in Ealing earlier this month.

As in the Ealing store, customers in Wembley can buy products without any engagement with the staff.

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Multiple cameras and depth sensors help the store keep track of each item that is picked up.

Customers are automatically billed and will be sent a receipt via email to help them keep track of their purchases.

“Since opening our first Amazon Fresh store in Ealing, we’ve heard from our customers how much they enjoy the tasty food from our new ‘by Amazon’ range and the effortless shopping experience,” said Matt Birch, director of Amazon Fresh stores the UK.

“The [Wembley Park] store features our Just Walk Out technology, which enables customers to take what they want and just walk out, making shopping for essential grocery items even more convenient” Birch added.

Foods sold in the stores include milk, eggs, butter, pre-packed sandwiches, and ready meals.

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