Amazon sells you everything, but do you want it handling your peaches?


In the razor-thin profit area of groceries, is slowly expanding its fresh-grocery business to the entire Seattle metropolitan area in the next three months, according to a story.

Why Amazon, the biggest online retailer on the planet, would want to become the next Webvan is beyond me.

Amazon already sells groceries online across the country, but it's a big step from selling diapers, cereal, popcorn and other items with a long shelf life to peaches, milk, lettuce and other perishables.