Amazon expands delivery service


Amazon is expanding its grocery delivery service through Whole Foods Market.

The online retail giant says starting Wednesday, Prime members in 13 U.S. metro areas can use Prime Now to order items from Whole Foods.

Amazon says customers can expect their deliveries in as little as an hour.

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The Whole Foods delivery service is now available in 88 U.S. metro areas and is expected to expand to more areas through the year.

The online retailer bought Whole Foods back in 2017 for nearly $14 billion. 

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