The Covid-19 pandemic changed the consumption habits of Americans (probably) forever, and Amazon Fresh stores, which allow maintaining the necessary social distance by avoiding long lines to pay, follow the new trends.
Amazon, one of the companies that has benefited the most from this year's health crisis, plans to open a supermarket in New Jersey, which would be the first of its kind on the country's east coast, a spokesperson confirmed yesterday.
The “Amazon Fresh” store in Woodland Park will be similar to those in Woodland Hills, Irvine and Northridge, California.
Although there is no exact date for the opening, the store is anticipated to bring hundreds of jobs to the area.
“You will find everything you normally find in a supermarket, with the low prices you expect from Amazon, including a wide variety of national brands, high quality products, meats and seafood; In addition, our culinary team offers a variety of delicious prepared foods freshly made in the store, every day, ”says the Amazon profile.
"Amazon Fresh" supermarkets also allow customers to skip the checkout lines by using a "dash cart" in which items are scanned when customers shop and payments are processed when people leave the store.
At a time when coronavirus cases are increasing nationwide, avoiding standing in line waiting is a convenience many customers choose today.