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Amazon will now introduce food, food delivery service to homes

An Amazon spokesperson said in a statement that the company has launched its food delivery service based on customer feedback. The new service aims to help local businesses.

Amazon Food has launched its food delivery in India to compete with Swiggy and Zomato. The new food delivery service by the US e-commerce giant has been initially launched in Bengaluru to enable customers to deliver food made in local restaurants and cloud kitchens. Amazon has also introduced its proprietary hygiene certification bar to give people the assurance of clean food, which is very important at this time, as people are largely avoiding ordering food online due to the growing coronavirus outbreak in the country. Have been. The company has also claimed to adopt strict safety norms to motivate people to order food at such times.

An Amazon spokesperson said in a statement that the company has launched its food delivery service based on customer feedback. The new service aims to help local businesses, especially restaurants that are experiencing difficulties due to national lockdown. Explain that due to the lockdown, the government has banned local restaurants to serve food at their place.

Amazon has launched this new service in Bengaluru in four PIN codes – 560048, 560037, 560066 and 560103. However, the company is not yet informed that it will choose restaurants and cloud kitchens on its own criteria.

In a report revealed in February, it was reported that Amazon plans to launch its own online food delivery service in the country. Some sources familiar with the news told Gadgets 360 that there was some delay in the start of the service due to the lockdown, which the government imposed in March to limit the outbreak of coronovirus.

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