Amazon Canada to Launch Prime Now Groceries Delivery Service

A few month ago, Amazon purchased Whole Foods for 13.4 billion dollars. Last month, Amazon spent its first day as the owner of a brick-and-mortar grocery chain cutting prices at Whole Foods Market as much as 43 percent.

Now Amazon Canada is working on plans to roll out its one- and two-hour membership delivery service, Prime Now, into Canada later this year. Amazon could begin offering this service in Vancouver and Toronto in November and January, respectively, under a pilot program that will deliver groceries and other items. This is good news for Whole Foods fans since Amazon Canada will be getting its food from the recently acquired chain.

More details to come!

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