Amazon even owns proprietary technology that can grade a strawberry better than humans. How can a comparatively small $2 billion company like Blue Apron compete with Amazon?Some may be quick to point out that Blue Apron is a food delivery company and Whole Foods is a grocery retail company so they don't directly compete with each other.
But under Amazon's control, Whole Foods may very well turn into a food delivery company itself, which would place it in direct competition with Blue Apron.
Bottom line, a company the size of Blue Apron going up against Amazon's "unending bales" of cash is no small feat, CNBC concluded.Related Links: Speculating Grocer Consolidation Amid Amazon–Whole Foods Deal Amazon's Acquisition Of Whole Foods Should Create Lower Prices, Offer Better Consumer Experience
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