Amazon has announced plans to bring its speedy delivery service to Whole Foods. According to the AP, the online retail giant is set to roll out two-hour delivery at Whole Foods this year to those who pay for Amazon’s $99-a-year Prime membership. As part of the service, shoppers can order meat, seafood and other Whole Foods grocery items through the Prime Now app and website.
Deliveries started Thursday in Austin, Texas; Cincinnati; Dallas; and Virginia Beach, Virginia; and will expand nationwide this year. Amazon says there’s no extra fee for two-hour deliveries above $35, but one-hour delivery will cost $8. Its Prime Now service is currently available in more than 30 U.S. cities, including Seattle, Chicago, Milwaukee, and San Diego.