Amazon Pantry Shuts Down

Amazon has officially shut down its single large box service known as Pantry (also referred to as Prime Pantry) and shifted all the household goods it offered on to the main Amazon website instead.

Pantry launched back in 2014 and offered consumers a way to stock up on bulky, non-perishable household items including food, snacks, and cleaning products. There were some rules, though. A Pantry order had to fit within a single large box, with every item added to the order taking up a percentage of the space and then a set delivery fee of $5.99 paid. It therefore made sense to fill the box as best you could to offset the delivery cost. In 2018, a $5 subscription option was added for non-Prime members.


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