Enlarge / A customer uses a palm print reader in this promotional image for Amazon One. reader comments 115 with 86 posters participating Share this story Amazon will expand its Amazon One palm print checkout system to dozens of Whole Foods locations, marking the most significant expansion of the technology that was introduced in 2020. ..
It’ll exclusively serve Brooklyn customers. September 2, 2020 2 min read This story originally appeared on Engadget Earlier this year, Whole Foods temporarily converted a few of its locations into online-only stores to keep up with much higher grocery delivery demands brought about by COVID-19-related lockdowns. Its new location in Brooklyn isn’t just a temporary online-only store, ..
Enlarge / An Amazon worker in a fulfillment center in the Orlando area, April 2019. reader comments 27 with 22 posters participating Share this story After eliminating temporary “hazard” pay raises, Amazon is saying “thank you” to its hourly workers with a one-time bonus of $500, while at least one Amazon warehouse has been found ..
Enlarge / Water can pick up arsenic from geological, agricultural, or industrial sources. reader comments 70 with 49 posters participating Share this story Several brands of bottled water contain concerning levels of arsenic contamination, according to an investigation by Consumer Reports. The worst offenders in the report were Starkey, a brand owned by Whole Foods ..
reader comments 75 with 64 posters participating Share this story Amazon reportedly feels confident enough in its grocery-store quests to branch out into new ventures. According to a report by The Wall Street Journal, Amazon plans to open dozens of new grocery stores that will be distinctly different from the company’s Whole Foods Market stores. ..