Amazon planning second grocery store: Report

Brendan McDermid | Reuters

Amazon is planning to build a second "click and collect" grocery story, according to a Monday report from the Silicon Valley Business Journal.

Reports surfaced in July 2015, originating from the same outlet, that Amazon was planning a grocery store in Sunnyvale, California. That store would allow customers to order their groceries online and then pick them up readied at the brick and mortar location.

The second location, according to this week's report will be in San Carlos, California, and public records tie Amazon to the potential space.

This news comes amid that Amazon is also planning to expand its store-brand product offerings into items like nuts and laundry detergent.

A representative for Amazon did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the Monday report.

For more on Amazon's possible grocery store plans, see the Silicon Valley Business Journal report.