Amazon launches a new grocery pickup service for Prime members

Sharmaine Centeno
Sharmaine Centeno August 8, 2018
Updated 2022/04/14 at 10:59 AM

Yesterday, Amazon announced its new service on Whole Foods which is a grocery pickup service in the US.

Whole Foods is an online grocery where Amazon Prime members ordered fresh products or goods which offer categories such as Dairy and cheese, snack foods, deli, cooking and baking, package produce, frozen foods, bread and bakery, health and household, beverage, and other products that a person can see in grocery stores. Prime members have an access to order online and deliver it on a specific Whole Foods store’s parking lot before they can get it from a delivery man. The order will not be excess an hour.

The company confirmed that if a customer orders below $35 will have its delivery fee which starts at $1.99 but when it is above $35, the service is free. Prime members have an option if they want their orders to deliver within 30 minutes, they must pay an additional $4.99.

The new service is now available in the US. Amazon has not yet announced the release date for other countries.

Share this Article
Leave a comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *