Amazon is apparently not content to just use Whole Foods as its vehicle for domination of the grocery store market.
The e-commerce giant is planning to launch its own line of grocery stores, independent of Whole Foods, The Wall Street Journal reports. Its plan calls for dozens of stores across multiple major cities, starting in Los Angeles as soon as the end of this year, according to the WSJ’s anonymous sources.
Amazon has reportedly already signed leases for two locations beyond its first location in L.A., with planned openings for early next year. While lease signings do not necessarily translate to store openings, they…