Online retailer Amazon has announced another move into a traditional brick and mortar business, drive-up grocery stores. The company announced the AmazonFresh Pickup service Tuesday, according to CNBC. The service, which is currently only available to Amazon employees, would allow Amazon Prime members to order groceries online, choose a pick up time and pick them up at that store. The service would allow customers to select fruits, vegetables, breads, dairy and meats among other items. Pick up times can be made as soon as within 15 minutes of placing an order. Amazon also offers a grocery delivery service to certain parts of the United States. AmazonFresh Pickup is the latest move for the company, which is also reportedly considering furniture and home appliance showrooms, according to the New York Times. The company is also experimenting with convenience stores without cashiers.