As per another trademark recording in the Assembled Kingdom, Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) is hoping to bring its fresh out of the plastic new without checkout supermarket idea over the lake soon.

The U.K. Protected innovation Office on Friday affirmed the Seattle-based organization’s application to trademark the mottos “No Lines. No Checkout. (No, Truly.)” and “No Line. No Checkout. (No, Truly.)” A comparing application is being looked into by the European Union’s equal organization.

The retailer superpower works just a single supposed Amazon Go store in Seattle, which highlights zero checkout shopping. Customers just open the Amazon Go application, stroll in, snatch what they like, and leave. The store’s PC vision and sensor innovation interfaces with the application to recognize what things the client took, and charges their Amazon account appropriately.

The single store is small in contrast with customary grocery stores at just 1,800 square feet. A few reports have demonstrated Amazon needs to open enormous grocery stores eventually soon that would use the shopping innovation too, however Amazon has denied those reports.

Amazon.com, Inc. offers were exchanging at $966.66 per share on Friday morning, up $8.17 (+0.85%). Year-to-date, AMZN has increased 28.91%, versus a 7.22% ascent in the benchmark S&P 500 list amid a similar period.