SEATTLE — AmazonFresh, the grocery arm of Amazon.com, is considering expanding the distribution area for its free weekly grocery deliveries, according to local reports. The company, which has sold groceries since 2006, already delivers groceries to 54 ZIP codes in and around its home base here. Reports indicated the free weekly program — called Amazon Tote — could become available companywide. Amazon representatives declined comment on the reports. AmazonFresh offers free daily deliveries ...
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