A Whole Foods Market’s new food-delivery robot is a huge hit
The company behind the Whole Foods’ grocery delivery robot has released a video that shows the robot delivering pizza to customers in the same way that you would get groceries delivered to your house.
In the video, which has since been viewed more than 12 million times, the robot is greeted by customers who are seated on the floor of the store and take turns to pick up their pizza orders.
Customers can then pick up the pizza by placing it in the delivery box they have placed on the counter.
The delivery robot delivers pizza to a customer in the back of the grocery store in a video posted by Whole Foods on Monday.
The robot is seen delivering pizza in a store in Los Angeles, California, U.S., on Monday, June 16, 2020.
(Photo by Jason Kempin/Bloomberg via Getty Images) A Whole Food’s grocery delivery service.
Source Google News source Google Blog article Whole Foods announced a $4.5 billion acquisition of grocery delivery startup Amazon Prime in September.
The deal has resulted in Amazon’s Prime Now, a subscription service for customers who subscribe to Amazon Prime and can then choose to pay for groceries or to receive Amazon Prime shipping.
The move has allowed Amazon to offer groceries to customers at significantly lower prices than other grocery stores.
The new Amazon Prime Now program, which is available in more than 150 U.K. cities, includes a wide variety of groceries that can be picked up by customers at the convenience of their home.
Amazon Prime now lets customers pick up groceries at Whole Foods stores in the U.P., but also in other cities such as New York City and San Francisco, where Whole Foods operates stores.
(Amazon says its Prime Now services have been expanded to include delivery services in other countries.)
In this image from a video of a delivery robot delivering pizzas at Whole Food, customers are seated at the counter of a grocery store.
The video was posted on YouTube by Whole Food in a post entitled “Amazon Prime Now Available in the UK.”
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