Amazon's UK people have extended the reach of the AmazonFresh grocery delivery service, making its partially Waitrose-powered selection of perishable goods available to Londoners in 59 additional postcodes.

That takes the number of postcodes in the capital able to order their cream slices and bananas and more of life's essentials through Amazon to 128, although, as with many of Amazon's new fancy delivery options, customers need to be members of its Amazon Prime subscription service in order to qualify to actually use the thing.

Amazon has threatened the privacy of one of its most loyal customers in the launch announcement, revealing that the first every AmazonFresh delivery in the UK contained: "...Simply Chicken Skinless Breast Fillets, Growers Pride Mango, Farm Folk Thai Basil and Maynards Bassetts Wine Gums," and was booked at 8.13am and delivered at 5.02pm to a home in London's EC1 area.

That could quite possibly be you, and if so those mangoes have probably gone off by now.

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