MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) -- Another big name is planning on jumping into the Twin Cities grocery market.
The Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal reports Amazon has sent plans to Minneapolis city officials outlining their plans to start a food delivery service.
The online retailer would sell pre-packaged foods and other staples like eggs, milk and bread from a warehouse they just leased on Kasota Avenue.
This comes as Amazon continues to build a massive distribution center in Shakopee.
No word yet on when the food delivery service would become available.
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