Amazon.com Inc.'s Indian unit expanded its Pantry grocery delivery service to more cities in the country, Press Trust of India reported May 30.
Saurabh Srivastava, director for category management at the e-commerce giant's local unit, reportedly disclosed the plan in a statement, saying they have added more than 70 cities and towns to the areas covered by Amazon Pantry over the past six to seven months, bringing the total number of cities being served to 110.
The grocery delivery service now covers smaller cities such as Ichalkaranji in Maharashtra, Kaithal in Haryana and Belgaum in Karnataka, the report said.
Amazon Pantry currently offers about 5,000 items from more than 500 brands ranging from household goods to personal care products, PTI said. It also allows shoppers from major cities such as Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Pune to pre-select their delivery schedules.