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Amazon's Planning to Sell Its Own Branded Food
By: Gizmodo
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Amazon plans to infiltrate your home more thoroughly than ever. A new report by the Wall Street Journal suggest that the online retailer is planning to launch a slew of own-brand products in the coming month, which will include perishable food and other household items.

Amazon already sells plenty of own-branded products, from USB cables and baby wipes to clothes and linen, but so far it’s steered clear of filling up your grocery cupboard with its own products. Now, the Journal reports, it will launch “new brands with names like Happy Belly, Wickedly Prime and Mama Bear” that will products including “nuts, spices, tea, coffee, baby food and vitamins, as well as household items such as diapers and laundry detergents.”

Those products will apparently only be available to Prime members, and could start appearing on the site as soon as this month. The newspaper suggests that the Happy Belly line will feature staples like “nuts, trail mix, tea and cooking oil,” while Wickedly Prime will provide snacks. Meanwhile there will be a Presto! line-up of household goods and a Mama Bear brand for baby stuff.


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