Amazon India (www.amazon.in) on Thursday announced the expansion of its grocery and household service ‘Amazon Pantry’ to six more cities across the country, including Mumbai and Pune.
The other cities where the service was launched are Delhi, Faridabad, Gurgaon and Mysuru.
Using Amazon Pantry, customers can shop for over 5,000 everyday essentials from over 250 brands of groceries and household products, Amazon said in a release.
It said the store offers essentials ranging across staples, including regional brands specific for the relevant cities, categories like snack foods and biscuits to home needslike detergents and shampoo; child care products such as diapers and baby food to even pet products.
All pantry orders are shipped in special Pantry Boxes from Amazon warehouses near cities so that customers can get their delivery the very next day, the release added.
“We are optimistic about delighting our customers in these cities with the convenience, ease and the fast delivery that Amazon Pantry offers,” Amazon India Director Category Management FMCG Saurabh Srivastava said.
The e-commerce giant had launched the program in Hyderabad and Bengaluru earlier this quarter.Back to latest news