Woolworths unveiled the trail MetroGo store designed to offer breakfast, lunch or snacks to city workers.
The cashless store opened in Sydney last week, was intended to make shopping 'as seamless as possible' for busy inner-city workers.
MetroGo will offer “healthier breakfast, lunch and snacking options”, which customers can pay by credit card, eftpos card, tap their phone or using Woolworth’s Scan&Go app.
Justin Nolan, General Manager Woolworths Metro, said, “ Woolworths will continue allowing cash payments in all its Woolworths supermarket and Metro Stores.”
7 eleven opened Australia’s first cashless and cardless convenience store in Richmond in Melbourne last May this year. The store doesn’t have a checkout and customers must use a smartphone app to scan and pay for goods.
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