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Amazon expands its grocery service in head-to-head battle with U.K. supermarkets


Amazon is expanding its online grocery service in a major offensive aimed at winning more customers in the fiercely competitive U.K. grocery market.

The technology giant, which releases its second-quarter earnings on Thursday, is to increase capacity into more homes and offer free delivery to Prime members from Tuesday, in a bid to accelerate growth in one of the most advanced online grocery markets in the world. Prime members had been required to pay an additional monthly fee for Amazon’s

Amazon Fresh service.

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