Nuro and Kroger announced their partnership to offer same-day deliveries using a driver-less car. The self-driving startup Nuro for a grocery delivery service is joining the fleet of items delivery in Arizona.

  The new driver-less car will be transporting only goods through public roads.  For now, the deliveries through this service is primarily applied by 
Fry’s Food Store location in Scottsdale, Arizona. shoppers can ask for their orders online or through the store’s app and program their delivery “same day or next day”.

   Yael Cosset, Kroger’s chief digital officer said: “Kroger customers are looking fornew, convenient ways tofeed their families and purchase the products they need quickly through services like pickup and delivery,”.

“Our autonomous delivery pilot withNuro over the past few months continues toprove the benefit of the flexible and reliable technology. Through this exciting andinnovative partnership, we are delivering a great customer experience and advancing Kroger’s commitment to redefine the grocery experience by creating an ecosystem that offers our customers anything, anytime, and anywhere.”

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