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Taxi and private car hire service Uber has launched a grocery delivery service in the U.S., according to the British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC). The Corner Store facility is available as an option via its main smartphone app and covers more than 100 items.
The products are competitively priced against high street stores, and there is no delivery fee.
The service is limited to Washington D.C. at this time, but it makes Uber the latest in a series of tech firms to move into the sector.
Amazon operates AmazonFresh, a same-day "fresh produce and grocery" delivery service, in California and Seattle.
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