Amazon expands Whole Foods delivery to these cities

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Amazon is expanding its Whole Foods Market delivery through Prime Now, starting Wednesday.

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Now, Prime members in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Detroit, Jacksonville, Florida, Madison, Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Omaha, Nebraska, Orlando, Florida, St. Louis, Tampa, Florida, and Tulsa, Oklahoma, as well as additional areas of New York City and Seattle can shop through Prime Now for items from Whole Food Market.

Amazon launched the service earlier this year in certain cities, adding that it planned to expand across the U.S. throughout 2018.

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The company also expanded grocery pickup from Whole Foods Market Wednesday. The company launched grocery pickup last month, and it is now available in Ft. Worth, Texas, Kennesaw, Georgia, Richmond, Virginia, Sacramento, California, and Virginia Beach, Virginia, with plans for continued expansion.

Customers can choose free pickup in as little as an hour on orders of $35 or more, or in 30 minutes for $4.99. For grocery pickup, Prime members place their order via the Prime Now app and choose the pickup option at checkout. Customers park in a designated pickup spot at the Whole Foods Market store and the groceries are placed in their vehicles.