The biggest names in tech are waging a war over who gets to bring you fruits and veggies.
Google is planning to test a new option to deliver fresh grocery items from select food chains to customers through its Google Express shopping service in San Francisco and another yet to be named market, according to a Bloomberg report.
A source close to Google confirmed to Mashable that the company is expanding into perishable goods this year, after having previously offered only non-perishable items through its existing grocery delivery partnerships with Whole Foods, Costco and Fairway, just to name a few.
The move is a direct challenge to Amazon.
It also pits Google against well-funded startups like Instacart, Postmates and even Uber, the last of which began experimenting
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