Is Amazon Go 2.0 in the Works?

Editors discuss rumors around the online retailer’s next brick-and-mortar project
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SEATTLE — Amazon is working on a large-format grocery concept, The Wall Street Journal claims. Permits uncovered by local Seattle news sources point to a larger version of the Amazon Go stores—complete with frictionless checkout turnstiles—in a residential area of Seattle.

Are the Journal’s rumors related to this mystery retail location? What might this Amazon grocery store look like? What does this mean for retail moving forward? Put on your tinfoil hats and join Brett Dworski, foodservice editor, as he interviews Jackson Lewis, technology editor, about where these rumors could lead.

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