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Amazon is dipping its toe into Canada’s already-crowded grocery market as it starts offering groceries on its popular online store in an effort to compete with Wal-Mart and traditional grocery stores.
The online retail giant has launched a grocery and gourmet food section of its website, offering 15,000 dry food items, including packaged beverages, breakfast foods, pantry supplies and snacks.
The store features brands including Pepsi, Kellogg, Nestle and Campbell’s Soup, as well as baby food and a variety of natural and organic products.