Amazon is deploying contactless shopping and payment solutions at 11 Whole Foods Market stores in a major U.S. city.
For the first time, select Whole Foods Market locations in the Denver are offering the Amazon One palm-based payment system that allows customers to use their palm to pay for purchases, as well as the Dash Cart smart shopping cart device. In an email to Chain Store Age, Amazon said Amxzon One is now available at 11 Whole Foods Market stores in the Denver area.
In addition, in the coming weeks, Dash Cart will become available at one select Denver-area Whole Foods Market store. It will become the fourth Whole Foods Market store in the country to adopt this technology.Chain Storeage