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Prime Now Whole Foods Market grocery delivery is now available in 65 metros, including Greater Buffalo

Grocery shopping is getting easier and easier for people all over WNY. Earlier this week, Amazon and Whole Foods Markets announced that Prime Now members can now get delivery and pickup of organic products, which includes “thousands of bestselling items such as fresh produce, high quality meat and seafood, everyday staples, and other locally sourced items.”

“We’re excited to bring Prime Now to customers in Buffalo for the first time,” said Tanvi Patel, Head of Business for Prime Now. “Prime members from Niagara Falls in the north to Lackawanna, East Seneca and West Seneca in the south, and from Grand Island in the west to Clarence and Dellwood in the east can now experience the convenience of free, two-hour grocery delivery from Whole Foods Market.”

The service also includes the entire city of Buffalo. When it was first announced that Whole Foods was coming to Buffalo, there were a lot of people hoping the it would open downtown. While that did not happen, Prime Now members now have quick and easy access to all of the Whole Foods grocery items, without having to leave the comfort of their own homes.

The best way for a customer to check if they’re eligible for delivery is to enter their zip code into the Prime Now app or at www.primenow.comPrime members can shop on www.primenow.com or download the Prime Now app to place an order for delivery. Prime members receive free two-hour delivery and one-hour delivery for $7.99 on orders of $35 or more. Delivery from Whole Foods Market is available daily from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. To learn more about grocery delivery from Prime Now, visit www.primenow.com. Customers can also find out if these services are available in their area by saying, “Alexa, shop Whole Foods.”

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