Google to test grocery delivery service

Google will begin testing grocery delivery in two cities, San Francisco and one yet to be announced, later this year. Google Express already offers dry goods from select stores and will now broaden the assortment by teaming up with big names such as Whole Foods and Costco. Google is hoping to capture some of the $10.9 billion industry that is growing in competition and value. Competitors Amazon Fresh and Instacart are already rapidly expanding. Story

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