Amazon was reported for its wish to improve itself during the upcoming year. The company is planning to roll out a new grocery delivery service in the next year during 2022. Also, according to a report Monday by The Information, Amazon wants to expand its current service in Europe.

According to the statement, customers will be receiving deliveries from third-party retailers, supermarkets, and vendors. As we know, at that moment, Amazon offers deliveries through Whole Foods or from Amazon warehouses to its customers.

According to The Information, Amazon started offering this new Instacart-like service in the UK this past year. By using the application and the website, customers can order their groceries from two popular UK supermarkets – Morris and Co-op. Now, reportedly, Amazon will focus on expanding that model in Europe and the US in 2022.

When requested for a comment, Amazon didn’t give an immediate response, but Jessica Canfield, a spokesperson, stated that “partnerships with other grocers enable more customers to shop online and allow us to provide Amazon Prime members with more choice, value, and convenience.”

Seven years ago, Amazon rolled out a third-party delivery service in some cities. It gave an opportunity to its users to place orders from local stores using the Amazon Prime Now App. However, earlier this year, Amazon shut the application down, saying it would move the feature in its main one.

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Nikoleta Yanakieva Editor at DevStyleR International