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Amazon Expands Whole Foods Delivery Service for Prime Members

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Amazon Expands Whole Foods Delivery Service for Prime Members

Amazon Expands Whole Foods Delivery Service for Prime Members

Amazon has added more cities to a service that lets Prime members get Whole Foods groceries delivered straight to their front door in just two hours as long as their purchase is over $35.

The latest ones to get the delivery service are Denver, San Diego, and Sacramento, California.

Amazon adds this week that it plans to expand the servcie across the U.S. throughout the year.

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