Home » Amazon Fresh Store Now Open In Fullerton, California
Corporate Chain Store News West

Amazon Fresh Store Now Open In Fullerton, California

Amazon Fresh Beach

The new Amazon Fresh grocery store in Fullerton, California, is now open to the public. It is the seventh Amazon Fresh store to open in southern California and the 10th store in the country.

Amazon Fresh has introduced new ways to make grocery shopping more convenient, including the Amazon Dash Cart, which enables customers to skip the checkout line, and new Alexa features to help customers manage their shopping lists and better navigate our aisles.

The Fullerton store is located at 1100 S. Harbor Blvd. and is open 7 a.m.-10 p.m. daily. From 7-8 a.m. the store is open to serve customers who are 60 years and older, those with disabilities and those whom the CDC defines as high risk.

The 45,000-square-foot store features a wide assortment of national brands and high-quality 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. It offers 365 by Whole Foods Market organics, plus national brands like Coca-Cola and Kraft Mac and Cheese; local brands like Pizza Port Brewing, CoolHaus Ice Cream and Rockenwagner Bakery; regional favorites like Duke’s Mayo, Ellenos Yogurt and Boston Chowda; and new Amazon exclusive brands like Fresh and Cursive.

The store also supports the community by donating surplus food to local food banks.

Amazon Fresh 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 35 percent capacity.

The retailer also opened a new store in Oak Lawn, Illinois recently. See story, here.

Learn how independent grocers of all sizes can gain control over their conversation with their shoppers and personalize their shopper engagement by making data actionable as they reduce advertising costs and increase conversions.

Hear from Alexa Dash, Head of Ecommerce of Dash’s Markets, on how AppCard made a difference for their shoppers during the pandemic and how they continue to see growth.


Featured Photos

Featured Photo Ribbon Cutting
Brookshire’s Food Store
Glen Rose, Texas
Share via
Copy link
Powered by Social Snap