Inc. is considering opening “dozens” of grocery stores in several cities and has already signed leases, according to The Wall Street Journal. The stores could open late this year and early next, though there is a chance the company could change its mind if conditions are not right, according to the report.

The grocery stores would be separate from Austin-based Whole Foods Market, which Amazon bought for $13.7 billion in 2017, and would sell different items at lower prices so they don’t…

Seattle Biz Journal
Report: Amazon may open 'dozens' of grocery stores — completely separate from Whole Foods