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Rite Aid expands retail delivery partnership with Amazon

The new service applies to a large selection of products including groceries and cosmetics

Rite Aid has partnered with Amazon to offer Amazon’s Prime members two-hour delivery windows in select zip codes in Newark, N.J. and Burbank, Calif., the e-commerce giant confirmed.

The new service applies to a large selection of Rite Aid products including groceries and cosmetics, all available on the Amazon app or online at Prescriptions and pharmaceuticals will not be available through this service, Amazon noted.

Currently, Amazon offers two-hour delivery windows from other retailers including Bristol Farms, Bartell Drugs, Pet Food Express, Cardenas Markets, Save Mart among others to Prime members in select cities.

“Our customer-centric approach complements the busy lives of our consumers to conveniently meet them where they are, which is why we are excited to team up with Amazon to provide local Prime members convenient access to deliver everyday essentials right to their doorstep with two-hour delivery windows,” a Rite Aid spokesperson said. “We look forward to expanding the offering to more locations in the future to help more communities achieve whole health.”

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