Post Office Plan To Deliver Groceries Gets Green Light

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The United States Postal Service knows a thing or two about delivering the mail, but they haven’t been quite so good at turning a profit. Fortunately, the agency’s got a plan to help turn things around — daily grocery deliveries.

The Postal Regulatory Commission approved a two-year market test of a grocery delivery service, called Customized Delivery.

It’s an expanded version of USPS’s partnership with Amazon, which let USPS pick up and deliver groceries ordered on Amazon in San Francisco. The new plan calls for more retail partners and a wider scope.

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