Self-Driving Groceries Tested In AZ

A food store in Arizona is selling self-driving groceries.  The Kroger grocery chain, based in Ohio, says it will begin testing its driver less delivery program starting today in Scottsdale.  

Shoppers who live within two miles of the Fry's Food Store in south Scottsdale will be able to order their groceries on the Fry's app and have them delivered to their home by an unmanned Toyota Prius.  

The self-driving Prius will deliver up to 15 bags of groceries to your front curb.  

Kroger did not say how long the test program will last.

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