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Customers have been shopping for books, DVDs, clothing and toys on the site of In October 2003, Amazon launched a gourmet section but teamed up with third party merchants. As Greenplanet reports, the Seattle-based company went online with their own grocery site on May 25 this year, and is offering 15,000 non-perishable items, about half in organic production. With the launch of their new store, Amazon owns the inventory. As Tracy Ogden, spokeswoman for Inc. says, this site is aiming to reach busy parents, suburban and urban, who want to do their shopping online. Delivery is free if an order is above $ 25. So far, just non-perishable organic items can be bought from Amazon directly to make sure they are available to all customers.


There is a large offer of organic beverages, coffee, tea, pasta, sweets, oils and many other products. Fresh products like fruit samplers and bread can be ordered on the same site, but are not delivered by, but by third parties.


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