AUSTIN, Texas — Amazon continues to expand grocery delivery from its Whole Foods stores, a service now available in 63 cities across the United States.
Amazon Prime members in Albuquerque, N.M.; Birmingham, Ala.; Boise, Idaho; Charleston, S.C.; Colorado Springs, Colo.; Hartford, Conn.; Kansas City, Providence, R.I.; Salt Lake City; and Stamford, Conn. — as well as members in additional neighborhoods in Boston and Cincinnati — are now able to order items using the Delivery from Whole Foods Market, a service introduced earlier this year.
Shoppers who have paid the $119 membership fee to be an Amazon Prime Now member can browse and order fresh produce, organic meat, seafood and other items from nearby Whole Foods stores.
Additionally, curbside grocery pickup from Whole Foods was recently expanded to six new cities — Boise; Jacksonville, Fla.; Las Vegas; San Diego; Tampa, Fla.; and West Palm Beach, Fla.
The service launched in August and is now available in 14 cities. Customers who opt for free pickup can retrieve their merchandise in as little as an hour on orders of $35 or more.