Amazon is expanding delivery of products from Whole Foods Market through Prime Now into 13 new metro markets.
Amazon and Whole Foods Market continue to launch Prime Now delivery services to new markets for the supermarket retailer.
Amazon is rolling out savings for Prime members to Whole Foods Market stores across ten new states, including Arizona, Georgia, Hawaii, Oregon, North Carolina and Washington.
Amazon and Whole Foods Market have introduced free two-hour delivery of groceries from Whole Foods Market through Prime Now, with plans to expand across the U.S. in 2018.
In a third quarter conference call, Brian Olsavsky, Amazon.com svp/CFO, noted that the company would develop new retail-related enterprises that will help it build on brick-and-mortar initiatives such as the purchase of Whole Foods Market, the expansion of Amazon Books, the partnership with Kohl’s and the roll out of the Amazon Key in-home delivery service.
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