Just Walk Out technology is being removed by Amazon from its Fresh grocery stores in the US

Amazon Ditches Just Walk Out Technology for Smart Carts in Amazon Fresh Stores

Amazon is revamping its Amazon Fresh stores by removing the Just Walk Out technology and replacing it with smart carts. This change allows customers to skip the checkout line while also viewing their spending in real time. The company is focusing on remodeling existing stores and selectively opening new ones as part of an effort to improve its grocery chain.

Amazon’s foray into the grocery sector has faced challenges, with CEO Andy Jassy acknowledging that the company is working to find the right formula to have a larger impact on physical grocery. Despite this, the Just Walk Out technology will still be available in some Amazon Go stores and smaller Amazon Fresh stores in the U.K. Additionally, the technology will continue to be offered to third-party retailers, providing a cashier-free shopping experience.

This shift in technology at Amazon Fresh stores addresses the needs and preferences of shoppers, giving them the convenience of skipping the checkout line while also being able to track their spending in real time. With this change, customers can now focus on their shopping without worrying about waiting in line or keeping track of their spending manually.

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