45 pounds or 4 cubic feet of groceries ships for $5.99

In a couple parts of the country, Amazon has been testing out a new service called AmazonFresh that could one day replace the grocery store. AmazonFresh allows people in these served areas to have fresh grocery items like milk, eggs, and vegetables delivered to their door the same day or next day.
Amazon has now announced a new service that will let people anywhere in the U.S. order pantry staples and have them all delivered for one low price. The serve is called Prime Pantry and is only opened to Prime customers. Prime Pantry has a number of non-perishable food items from snacks to meal kits and drinks that can be ordered online and shipped to your door.

Amazon says that the items offered via Prime Pantry are in everyday sizes and shoppers won't need to buy in bulk. Purchases can be delivered to the contiguous 48 states with a single box shipping for $5.99. That delivery fee will ship a box that can hold up to 45 pounds or four cubic feet of groceries.
Prime Pantry has a slick way to let you know when your box is full. As you add items to the car, a virtual box will fill up to let you know how much you will pay for shipping.
A wide range of items is available including snacks, meal kits, bottled water, breakfast foods, personal hygiene items, and laundry items. Prime Pantry is available to use right now if you have a Prime membership. However, glancing quickly at the prices, you will pay a bit more for the convenience of not having to go to the store.

Source: Amazon

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