Amazon now delivers groceries from Whole Foods Market to Minneapolis customers

It's available for members of Amazon Prime.
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Starting today (Tuesday), Amazon Prime members in Minneapolis can order products from Whole Foods Market and they'll be delivered to you door, possibly arriving within the hour that you order them. 

A announcement from the partnering companies says Prime Now shoppers can get "fresh produce, high quality meat and seafood, everyday staples and other locally sources items from Whole Foods Market." 

Basically, if Whole Foods Market has it, it's available for delivery. Although only select alcohol is available. 

To order, all you have to do is login to the Prime Now app or visit and shop for items from the Whole Foods Market selection. You can use the app or visit the website to enter your zip code to see if delivery is available in your location. 

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Delivery hours are available daily from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Amazon began delivering groceries from Whole Foods Market earlier this year in select U.S. cities, and the addition of Minneapolis, Indianapolis, Chicago, Houston and San Antonio brings the nationwide total to 19 cities, with further expansion expected.

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