Amazon is testing robots to deliver groceries in Japan

Amazon is trying to bring robotic deliveries to the U.S. by 2019.

The company has started working with local delivery companies to test the delivery of food, beverages, and household goods.

The robots will deliver groceries and other household items.

“We’re really excited to be a part of the journey,” said Steve Sager, Amazon’s director of robotic delivery operations.

Sager said the company has been testing robots for two years, and will continue to do so as the U,S.

economy strengthens.

Sage said the goal is to get the robots to the grocery store in about two years.

He said it’s also looking to make the robots more autonomous.

Amazon has also launched a drone delivery service called Amazon Roomba.

That service allows customers to drop off household items by driving around the city, picking them up, and taking them to the next home.