Amazon is now delivering fresh meat, fish and produce to customers in Minneapolis following the expansion of its AmazonFresh service.
Minneapolis is one of three more cities to get the service, along with Houston and Phoenix, with Amazon making the announcement on Thursday.
To access AmazonFresh, you first need to be an Amazon Prime member, which costs $119 annually, and then pay $14.99 to include AmazonFresh as an add-on to your Prime membership.
Amazon is offering a 30-day free trial and $10 off their first order of $35 or more by using the coupon cost Grocery10 at checkout.
There are more than 10,000 items available for order, including fresh produce and meat, grocery items, and items in the health and personal care, home & kitchen, and toys categories.
Delivery within 2 hours is free on orders more than $35. For under $35 it'll cost you $5.99.
You can also pay an extra fee to have it delivered within an hour.
"We’re thrilled to introduce AmazonFresh to Prime members in Houston, Minneapolis and Phoenix," said Stephenie Landry, Vice President of AmazonFresh and Prime Now in a press release.
"Prime members tell us they want their stuff even faster. We’re happy to deliver on that ask and can’t wait for customers in Houston, Minneapolis and Phoenix to take advantage of one- and two-hour delivery from AmazonFresh."
Amazon's expansion into Minneapolis comes after grocery chain Coborn's has announced it will no longer deliver to the Twin Cities.