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Everything you need to know about AmazonFresh

Once upon a time, Amazon just sold books. It was pretty good at it, so it decided to sell more things, like office DVDs and CDs and board games and... well, pretty much everything.

Having dabbled in the world of fresh foods (they've been offering food deliveries in the US since 2007), Amazon is now throwing its considerable weight behind food delivery in the UK, launching AmazonFresh.

This is how it works.

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