"Amazon has announced the first major integration between its e-commerce operations and its acquisition of Whole Foods. The company is adding groceries from the chain to its Prime Now high-speed delivery service in four markets — Dallas, Virginia Beach, Cincinnati, and Whole Foods’ hometown of Austin. Amazon Prime members will be able to order groceries for delivery within one or two hours; two-hour delivery is free, while one-hour delivery costs $7.99 on orders above $35.Amazon starts delivering Whole Foods groceries by Prime Now - The Verge
Whole Foods goods available through Prime Now include “fresh and organic produce, bakery, dairy, meat and seafood, floral, and everyday staples” along with “select alcohol,” according to a press release. Prime Now VP Stephenie Landry tells The Wall Street Journal that Amazon plans to offer the service in more markets, although there's no official timeframe yet."
Thursday, February 08, 2018
Amazon starts delivering Whole Foods groceries by Prime Now - The Verge
See Amazon Begins Grocery Delivery from Whole Foods Market with Plans for Expansion in 2018 (Amazon Press Room) for more details
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