Since teaming up just one year ago, Amazon and Whole Foods Market have introduced new offerings and additional discounts for customers, further expanding access to the grocer’s high-quality natural and organic foods both in-store and online through Amazon.com.
“It’s never been a better time to be a customer at Whole Foods Market,” said John Mackey, co-founder and chief executive officer of Whole Foods Market. “Customers have already saved hundreds of millions of dollars, so whether it’s better prices on your weekly shop, saving time through delivery from Prime Now or taking advantage of incredible weekly deals for Prime members, the overall customer experience is richer and more seamless than it’s ever been.”
The companies lowered prices on hundreds of items for all customers, with Prime members eligible to receive even deeper discounts on additional items, and exclusive savings and deals in Whole Foods Market stores. Prime members can also enjoy ultrafast grocery delivery in dozens of cities and curbside pickup in select cities via Prime Now.
“Making Whole Foods Market’s natural and organic foods more affordable and accessible without compromising the industry-leading quality that shoppers trust has been a top goal since the beginning,” said Jeff Wilke, CEO Worldwide Consumer, Amazon. “In just one year we’ve made significant progress bringing the combined value of Whole Foods Market and Amazon together.”
Since the companies merged in August 2017, they have launched: