Some Products On Amazon Take Priority

Are You Shopping Online More?

March 18, 2020
A portion of the sign advertising Amazon Go is seen outside the grocery store's location on June 16, 2017 in Seattle, Washington. Amazon announced that it will buy Whole Foods Market, Inc. for over $13 billion dollars.

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As we all experience changes in how we do things nowadays... add Amazon to the list.

Yesterday Amazon announced that at least until April 5th,  "household staples, medical supplies and other high-demand products" will take priority in shipping,  unless they have the other purchased items in their warehouses already.

Yep...Online shopping is increasing so Amazon is prioritizing.

baby products

health and household products

beauty and personal care products (including personal care appliances)

grocery products

industrial and scientific products

pet supplies.

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