Amazon is reportedly eyeing a slice of the convenience market, with the e-commerce giant looking to open small, express-style stores.

According to The Wall Street Journal, Amazon is aiming to roll out a network of convenience stores which would carry a small number of perishable products such as milk, vegetables and meat.

Shoppers would also able to order non-perishable food in-store via their phone or an in-store touchscreen for same day delivery.

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This story first appeared in C&I Retailing.