Amazon Has Applied for a Retail Liquor License in Havertown


Amazon Retail, LLC has applied to the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board for a liquor license at 403 West Chester Pike in the Llanerch Shopping Center, in Havertown, fueling speculation of a possible Amazon food store there, reports

Amazon Retail, LLC, is the source of Amazon Go and Amazon Grocery Go.

Amazon Go has breakfast, lunch and snack items for sale.

The grocery store version has ready-made meals for dinner, fresh produce, meat and seafood, bakery items and household essentials.

There are 26 Amazon Go stores in the country right now, in New York, Chicago, San Francisco and Seattle, but Amazon is expanding its brick and motor grocery operations nationwide.

A third of the Amazon Go stores sell beer.

Both stores allow shoppers with an Amazon account and a free Amazon Go app to walk around, select items, than leave without going through checkout.

The store’s technology tracks what is in your cart, automatically detecting when products are taken from or returned to shelves.

Amazon later sends you  a receipt and charges your account.

Associates in the store restock shelves and act as greeters.

Read more about a possible Amazon Go store in Havertown here.

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