Online retailer Amazon has expanded its grocery delivery service, of natural and organic products, from Whole Foods Market to 13 metros in the US.
The grocery delivery service with be available from Chattanooga and Knoxville, Destin and Tallahassee, Greensboro and Wilmington, Allentown, Fort Collins, Huntsville and Montgomery, Jackson, Palm Desert, and Portland.
Prime members in these cities can now shop through Prime Now for various items, including fresh produce, high-quality meat and seafood. They can also shop for everyday staples and other locally sourced items and get them delivered within an hour. Select alcohol is also available, from Whole Foods Market, for delivery to customers in Destin and Tallahassee, Greensboro and Wilmington, and Palm Desert.
Whole Foods Market will make deliveries daily from 8am to 10pm. Eligible Prime members will also receive 5% back on purchases when using the Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Card.
The grocery delivery service is now available in 88 US metros and will continue to expand throughout this year.
Whole Foods Market Operations executive vice president Christina Minardi said: “Prime Now delivery continues to be a hit with our customers and we’re excited to introduce the service to even more Prime members across the country.
“It’s just another way we’re making it even easier for more customers to enjoy Whole Foods Market’s healthy and organic food.”
Last month, Amazon expanded its grocery delivery service, from Whole Foods Market, through its Prime Now service in Asheville, Charlottesville, Columbia, Lexington, Little Rock, Manchester, Mobile, Naples and Savannah across the US.