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News Brief: Amazon today expanded its Whole Foods grocery delivery service to three additional cities: Denver, Sacramento, and San Diego. The service, which debuted in February and is now available in ten cities, offers free delivery in two hours for Amazon Prime members via the Prime Now app. Orders must be $35 or more; one-hour delivery costs an extra $7.99. It’s the latest development following Amazon’s $13.7 billion acquisition of Austin-based Whole Foods last year.

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