Google is testing a new grocery delivery service that allows customers to order non-food items as well. Although there are a number of companies that offer grocery deliveries, few allow customers to purchase all the items they need from a single platform. Google's new service provides an easy way for customers to get everything they need delivered directly to their door.
The new app is called 'Google Express' and it is designed to compete directly with Amazon's similar delivery service. Google Express offers speedy grocery deliveries from major supermarkets and grocery chains. However, Google Express is also affiliated with different types of retailers such as Barnes and Noble, Ulta and Staples. This means that consumers can order non-food items along with their traditional grocery delivery.
The service is ideal for busy consumers who do not have time to visit several different retailers to get the items they need each week.
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