Amazon FBA (Fulfillment by Amazon) is a service provided by Amazon that allows sellers to store their products in Amazon's fulfillment centers and have Amazon handle the storage, packaging, and shipping of the products to customers.2. How does amazon FBA work?Sellers send their products to Amazon's fulfillment centers, where Amazon stores and handles the packaging and shipping of the products to customers. When a customer places an order, Amazon picks, packs, and ships the product on behalf of the seller. Amazon also provides customer service and handles returns and refunds3. What are the benefits of using Amazon FBA for sellers?The benefits of using Amazon FBA include access to Amazon's vast customer base, faster and more efficient fulfillment, increased visibility and sales due to the "Prime" badge, customer service and returns management, and lower shipping costs for the seller.4. Are there any downsides or limitations to using Amazon FBA?The downsides or limitations of using Amazon FBA include higher fees compared to self-fulfillment, limited control over the fulfillment process, additional costs for prep and labeling, and potential for product commingling5. How much does it cost to use Amazon FBA?The cost of using Amazon FBA depends on various factors, such as the size and weight of the products, storage fees, and fulfillment fees. Amazon charges fees for storage, order fulfillment, and additional services such as labeling and prep. Sellers may also incur long-term storage fees for products in Amazon's fulfillment centers for more than 365 days.