Following its acquisition of Whole Foods last year, Amazon made Whole Foods products available through its Prime Now service last month. It thus began offering delivery of goods from Whole Foods, however, this service was initially offered in select neighborhoods of Austin, Dallas, Cincinnati, and Virginia Beach. Amazon has announced today that it’s expanding Whole Foods deliveries to San Francisco and Atlanta.

The company has confirmed today that Prime Now users in select neighborhoods of San Francisco and Atlanta will now be able to shop bestselling items from Whole Foods via the Prime Now service. Amazon has also said that it plans to continue expanding this service across the United States throughout this year.

Amazon Prime Now users will be able to order fresh meat, produce, seafood, and other organic food items from Whole Foods. They will even be able to get select alcohol products delivered to their home in two hours. Customers have the option to get their order delivered to them in under one hour if they pay an additional fee of $8.

Customers will be able to get delivery from Whole Foods Market through Prime Now from 8 am to 10 pm. They can place their orders through the separate Prime Now website or through the Prime Now app. They will have to punch in their ZIP code to find out whether or not the service is being offered in their neighborhood.

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