Amazon grocery stores would differ from Whole Foods and Amazon Go.
According to The Wall Street Journal, Amazon plans to launch a new chain of grocery stores with dozens of locations around major U.S. cities later this year.
The WSJ reports that Amazon has already signed leases for locations in cities such as Chicago, San Francisco and Seattle.
These stores would differ from the company’s Whole Foods chain and its Amazon Go convenience stores.
The goal, the WSJ reports, would be to dominate the traditional grocery market and compete with companies like Albertson’s, Kroger, Publix and Walmart.
It’s unknown whether these new grocery stores would use cashier-less technology like Amazon Go.
Amazon has not commented on the WSJ article or its grocery store plans.