Amazon’s two-hour Prime Now delivery service now offers Whole Foods groceries in select cities

Since Amazon paid an eye-watering $ 13.7 billion for Whole Foods Market last summer, we knew we’d eventually see some integration of the luxury grocery chain’s products into existing Prime services. It’s taken a while to work out the details, but Amazon has just announced that Prime Now customers in select locations can now get Whole Foods items delivered within two hours.

It’s only available to residents of Austin, Cincinnati, Dallas, and Virginia Beach to begin with, but more cities will be added over the course of 2018.

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