Amazon continues to expand grocery delivery from Whole Foods Market across the U.S., and the latest batch of 10 cities to get the service includes the tech giant’s hometown of Seattle.
Starting today, Whole Foods grocery delivery is now available in 38 markets, and the newest cities added are Charlotte, Las Vegas, Memphis, Nashville, New Orleans, Oklahoma City, Phoenix, Raleigh, Seattle and Tucson. Additionally, delivery is available in more neighborhoods in New York, Los Angeles and Dallas.
Available through Amazon’s Prime Now app, two-hour grocery delivery from Whole Foods on orders of more than $35 is free, while a one-hour turnaround costs $7.99. In addition to grocery delivery, Amazon has started rolling out grocery pickup, beginning with stores in Sacramento, Calif., and Virginia Beach, Va.
Grocery pickup and delivery are part of an ever-expanding number of new integrations between Amazon and Whole Foods, following the $13.7 billion acquisition of the grocery chain. Others include savings at stores for Prime members, the ability to shop Whole Foods items via Alexa and credit card rewards for Whole Foods purchases.