Whole Foods has announced an expansion in its home delivery service. Partnering with Instacart, you can now order your Whole Foods groceries from home, and they will be delivered to your door in under an hour, or will be available for pick-up in the same timeframe. The pilot program will be available at all Whole Foods locations, but the in-store pickup program will launch in Austin and Boston stores next month.
“Instacart makes it extremely easy for our customers to buy Whole Foods Market products from fifteen cities and have them quickly delivered — whether buying fresh ingredients for dinner tonight or sending healthy foods to loved ones in another city,” said Walter Robb, co-CEO of Whole Foods Market. “We are thrilled to add this additional convenience for our customers.”
In celebration of this new feature, Whole Foods is giving away the chance to win free groceries for one year, beginning September 12. Game pieces for the contest can be found on select Instacart delivery bags.
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