Amazon to stop non-essential sales in India

Amazon to stop non-essential sales in India

Amazon.com Inc’s India unit on Tuesday said it will halt orders for non-essential products in India.

The decision by the Seattle-based Amazon’s India unit follows a similar move to stop shipping non-essential products to consumers in Italy and France.

Amazon India will prioritise the sale and delivery of household staples, packaged foods, healthcare, hygiene and personal safety products, the company said in a blog post. The company said it was seeing a surge in demand for essential good and services, adding that it was giving customers the option to cancel undelivered orders for lower-priority products and get refunds.

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