Amazon customers with a Prime membership in Cincinnati, Virginia Beach, Austin and Dallas will this week become eligible to have Whole Foods products delivered for free in two hours. The new service known as Whole Foods Prime Now will initially be available in the selected cities and gradually roll out across the country during the year.
Shoppers with an Amazon Prime subscription will be able to buy a variety of products depending on availability. The company said that it will endeavor to provide the majority of items that one could find from their local store. The items in the Whole Foods range include meat, fresh produce, fresh flowers and dairy products.