Amazon opens first UK checkout-free grocery store in London

by Jeremy

LONDON — Amazon has opened a cashier-free supermarket in London, its first bricks and mortar expansion outside the U.S. as the company bets on solid demand for its contactless shops.

Shoppers use a smartphone app to scan a QR code so they can enter the store. They can fill their shopping bags with milk, eggs, or other groceries while cameras and sensors track what’s taken off shelves.

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