Back in June, Amazon announced a deal to acquire natural grocer Whole Foods in a $13.7 billion (USD) deal, which was recently approved by the latter’s shareholders.
In the short time since the official takeover, Amazon.ca has been quick to launch a new Whole Foods section online, showcasing the latter’s private label products, including organic groceries and other items.
Items in the following categories are available:
Beans, Grains, and Rice
Cookies & Crackers
Cooking & Baking
Household & Personal Care
Salad Dressings & Condiments
Prices are the same as in-store, and with most being Prime eligible, this could spell disaster for your wallet, as #wholepaycheque life moves online, saving you a trip to your local store.
Last week, the WSJ reported Amazon is said to launch its Prime Now service in Canada later this year, offering 1-2 hour delivery for customers in Vancouver and Toronto.
Click here to shop for Whole Foods items on Amazon.ca—let us know what you’re going to pick up.