October 10, 2018

Amazon expands Whole Foods grocery delivery and pickup services

Retailer adds delivery in five new metropolitan areas, expands curbside pickup to Dayton, Louisville and Omaha.

By DC Velocity Staff

Amazon and Whole Foods Market have expanded grocery delivery and pickup services to more cities, continuing programs launched earlier this year.

Amazon said its grocery delivery service from Whole Foods is now available in Annapolis, Cleveland, Louisville, North and Central New Jersey, and Pittsburgh, as well as additional neighborhoods in the San Francisco Bay Area. The company also said it now offers curbside pickup from Whole Foods in Dayton, Louisville and Omaha.

Both services are available to Amazon Prime members via the company's Amazon Now service.

Amazon launched the Whole Foods delivery and pickup services earlier this year, and says it will continue to expand the programs in 2018. Delivery services are now available in 53 U.S. cities; curbside pickup is available  in eight cities nationwide.

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