SEATTLE — Internet retailing giant Amazon here has begun a limited test of delivering perishable grocery items, according to reports last week. The retailer, which just last year launched a widespread grocery service for non-perishable items, has begun delivering fresh product to a small group of Mercer Island, Wash., customers from a warehouse here using its own fleet of 12 refrigerated trucks, the Wall Street Journal reported. Amazon could not be reached for comment on the reports. The ...

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