SEATTLE — Amazon.com could be introducing its AmazonFresh grocery delivery service into the Los Angeles market as early as this week, according to reports.

SN reported on Monday of this week that a rollout to Los Angeles could be imminent, along with a potential rollout to the San Francisco market.

Read more: AmazonFresh Said to Eye California Expansion

The latest reports, citing an article from the Reuters news service, said a rollout to San Francisco could take place later this year, and additional markets could get the service next year.

The service, for which Amazon uses its own trucks to deliver locally sourced produce and other perishables, is currently only available in about 80 ZIP codes in Seattle.

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