- Amazon has taken a big step forward with Whole Foods after it began offering grocery delivery from the retailer through its Prime service.
- The option is open to Prime Now customers, who get free two-hour deliveries of their products when they spend over $35.
- The integration is limited to four regions this point — Austin, Cincinnati, Dallas and Virginia Beach — but the online commerce giant said it plans to expand the program across the U.S.
- Amazon announced a deal to buy Whole Foods for $13.7 billion back in June of last year, and the transaction closed in August.
Jon Russell / TechCrunch - 1 year ago