Amazon is launching a new service in the US where customers will be able to order food using Amazon’s “Pandemic” program.
The new service, called Amazon Pause, is being developed as a new tool for food manufacturers, retailers and consumers to keep track of how their products are performing in the market.
The idea is to keep an eye on the health of the market and to make sure it remains profitable and that products are getting the most bang for the buck.
The goal is to provide a way for customers to track the performance of a company’s products and make informed buying decisions.
Amazon said that the new tool would help food manufacturers monitor food safety, quality and health, while also helping retailers and customers keep track on supply chains.
Amazon has already been working with the Food and Drug Administration and other regulatory agencies on its Pandemic program.
Amazon is working with a number of food industry partners to help develop and test the service, according to a blog post on Amazon’s website.
The company said that its service would be available in the United States starting today.
According to Amazon, Pandemic offers two main components: the ability to track a company for specific periods, as well as a tool to monitor performance over time.
Pandemic provides users with the ability “to easily visualize and analyze performance of product inventory and product supply chains in a variety of industries, including food, energy, and manufacturing.”
Amazon said the new product will allow customers to “customer-customize and manage their food inventory” and “monitor the performance and safety of their food products and supply chains.”
The company said its pandemic tool would be a new way for food industry leaders to monitor their performance and keep an up-to-date list of companies that they think are doing a good job.
It said Pandemic would be integrated with its existing food-safety monitoring and reporting platform, Amazon Food Supply.
On Wednesday, Amazon announced a $3.4 billion deal with General Mills to acquire the company’s Whole Foods grocery business.
Amazon acquired Whole Foods in 2015 for $13.9 billion.
The deal will give Amazon full control of Whole Foods, which is based in Minneapolis.