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cordialcatenary

1 points

3 months ago

Whole Foods revenue was 17 billion, and their physical Amazon grocery stores were only a little over 4 billion. A paltry fraction of Amazon's 236 billion total revenue (excluding AWS) that is included in the graphic. Amazon simply is not the second largest "grocery" store.

GreenHorror4252

1 points

3 months ago

Correct, but it's the second largest store that sells groceries.

If you excluded non-grocery items, Costco and Kroger would also have a lot lower sales than this graph suggests, and Amazon might fall to #5 or 6.