A new Amazon Fresh Store has opened in Northridge, California, at 19340 Rinalid St. Store hours are 7 a.m.-10 p.m. daily, with 7-8 a.m. reserved for customers who are 60 years or older, those with disabilities and those whom the CDC defines as high risk.
The approximately 30,000-square-foot store features a wide assortment of national brands and produce, meat and seafood, as well as a range of prepared foods made fresh in store every day – from fresh-baked bread and made-to-order pizzas, to rotisserie chickens and hot sandwiches like the brisket panini.
Amazon Fresh offers 365 by Whole Foods Market organics, plus national brands like Coca-Cola and Kraft Mac and Cheese; local brands like American Golden Nuts, Caulipower pizza, Rockenwagner Bakery and Groundwork Coffee; regional favorites like Duke’s Mayo, Ellenos Yogurt and Boston Chowda; and new Amazon exclusive brands like Fresh and Cursive.
The store also features:
- Low prices: Customers will find low-priced items available to shop every day – including $0.15 cent bananas; $0.89 cent freshly baked bread; $1.79 freshly baked pizza slices; and $4.97 rotisserie chickens. Special opening deals are available on a variety of items across the aisles like $2.69 for a 12-pack of Coca-Cola, buy one get one free Frito-Lay chips (7.5-9.75 oz.), $0.39 cent/lb. Butterball whole turkey (frozen; 12-14 lbs.), $2.49 for each Nature’s Own brioche butter rolls (12 count), $2.99/lb. asparagus, and $1.49/lb. organic Opal apples. All opening deals can be found here.
- Supporting the community: Amazon Fresh is proud to support the community by creating hundreds of high-quality local jobs and by donating surplus food from the Amazon Fresh store to local food banks. From the Northridge store, the company already has donated more than 185,000 lbs. of food (equivalent to more than 155,000 meals).
- Customer and associate safety: At Amazon Fresh, nothing is more important than the health and safety of employees and customers. It has applied the same comprehensive safety measures in place at Whole Foods Market, such as requiring face coverings and daily temperature checks for all employees and vendors entering the store; requiring face coverings for all customers entering the store; offering free, disposable face masks for those who want one; and operating the store at 50 percent capacity.