Starting Tuesday, Amazon.com Inc. customers in the Philadelphia area who pay for the retail giant’s Prime subscription service can have grocery orders of more than $35 delivered within two hours for free from Whole Foods.
Included in the Philadelphia expansion is a swath of the region as far north as Hatfield in Montgomery County, writes Jacob Adelman at philly.com.
Grocery orders will be packaged by “shoppers” employed at Whole Foods stores and delivered by drivers with the Amazon Flex courier service. The service is available from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
With the expansion, Whole Foods deliveries through Prime Now are available in 14 cities nationwide. The service began in February in Austin, Dallas, Cincinnati and Virginia Beach, Va. Amazon has owned Austin-based Whole Foods since August 2017.
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