The Amazon Ocean delivery service, which was first introduced in 2015, has quickly become the world’s most widely used grocery delivery service.
The platform allows customers to order products online, pick them up from their nearest store and ship them directly to their doorstep.
This makes it a good choice for consumers who don’t necessarily have the time or resources to drive to their nearest local grocery store to pick up groceries.
Amazon has now expanded the service to allow customers to pick-up groceries from their homes and to deliver them to their homes for delivery.
The service was announced in December 2017.
The company announced the expanded Amazon Ocean service on Thursday, in a post on its website.
The post said: “We’ve expanded Amazon’s Ocean delivery to include delivery in your home, as well as a range of other delivery options.
Today we announced that we’re expanding our Amazon Ocean shipping to include the capability to deliver from your home.”
The company has since rolled out the feature to more than 100 million Amazon Prime members, according to the company.
Amazon’s expanded Ocean service has since grown to include a wide range of delivery options, from picking up groceries from a friend’s garage to delivery of groceries from Amazon’s warehouses.
The expanded service will be available for a limited time, from Dec. 21 to Jan. 8, according a statement from Amazon.
It will also include additional delivery options as it expands to more markets.
The new service will not be available in most of the US.
However, it will be added to Amazon Prime delivery partners in the coming weeks, the company said.
The expansion comes as Amazon has expanded the Amazon Ocean to include other delivery methods, including picking up products from friends’ garages and deliveries of groceries.
The expanded service was first announced in 2016, but Amazon said in December that it would extend the service.