Amazon Pantry, a grocery and household item delivery service from Amazon India, has expanded its services to a total of 27 cities in the last four months. The Pantry service was launched in July last year in Hyderabad, by the end of January 2017, it had expanded to 14 cities. So that's another 13 cities added in the last three months. The Amazon Pantry service allows users to fill a box with a maximum capacity of 15 kg, with items from across six categories: cooking essentials, personal hygiene, household supplies and pets, snacks and beverages, haircare and skincare and baby products. It guarantees next day delivery and charges Rs 20 per box as delivery charges. It is free for Amazon prime members. Currently, Amazon Pantry is available in Ambala, Chandigarh, Dehradun, Delhi, Gurugram, Faridabad, Noida, Ghaziabad, Jaipur, Mohali, Panchkula, Panipat, Kolkata, Mumbai, Pune, Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Secunderabad, Mysuru, Mangalore, Manipal, Kanchipuram, Vijaywada, Pondicherry, Vellore, Warangal. The company’s website says “we will expand to more cities in the coming months." Amazon's KiranaNow, delivers perishable items with two to four hours Amazon also has another service called Kirana Now (Amazon Now) for grocery delivery. Through KiranaNow, the company has tied up with various Kirana stores as well as grocery retail chains such as Big Bazaar, Spar Market, Hypercity etc, that will deliver the perishable items ordered within two to four hours. Ther service was launched in Bengaluru last year and is currently available in Delhi NCR, Mumbai , Bangalore and Hyderabad. Amazon plans to invest…
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