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Amazon disabling press-to-order Dash Buttons by August-end

Amazon.com Inc. will disable its press-to-order Dash Buttons globally by the end of August, after canceling sales of the product in late February.

The Dash Buttons were rolled out in 2015 to help customers repurchase products from brands like Tide, Lysol, Red Bull, Pampers, Bounty, Clif, Pop Tarts and more.

An Amazon spokesperson told S&P Global Market Intelligence in an email that customers can continue reordering products using virtual Dash Buttons on the Amazon.com website and mobile app, which are available for the same brands.

On its website, Amazon said it automatically creates a virtual Dash Button for products that are typically reordered by shoppers. Customers will be able to sort, label, or delete their virtual buttons on the Amazon website and app.