If you have Amazon Prime, you’ll be able to get your kale and artisanal cheese from Whole Foods delivered right to your door lickety-split!
The Amazon-owned grocery store just launched a free two-hour delivery option for Prime members in Boston. From the hours of 8am to 10pm. Prime members can shop online or on an app to get all your groceries delivered right to your door! You just have to spend $35 and honestly how can you not spend $35 at Whole Foods.
If you can’t wait the two hours for that fresh cilantro for your dinner, you can pay $7.99 for a one-hour delivery option!
I seriously wonder about the quality of Whole Foods will turn out, once it gets taken over by Amazon.
It already has started to take a turn, specifically in the produce section. In general the margins on a grocery store are extremely tight, I’m not surprised that they’ve taken measures to improve profitability.
What’s worrisome, however, is the possibility that the food, including produce, meats, fish and poultry, and dairy products (i. e. milk, cream, cheese, ice-cream), and eggs, will not be as fresh or as good.
Has Amazon EVER disappointed? Get excited…this is going to be awesome!