- Amazon is now offering two-hour deliveries from select Whole Foods stores through its Prime Now service.
- Amazon couriers are already outnumbering couriers from Instacart at one Whole Foods store in Austin, an employee told Business Insider.
- The service will be rolled out nationwide, which could threaten Instacart’s business in Whole Foods.
Amazon started offering customers two-hour deliveries from select Whole Foods stores last week.
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