Amazon is expanding its grocery delivery service from Whole Foods Market to two new markets.
On Tuesday, the companies launched free, two-hour deliveries of natural and organic products from Whole Foods through Prime Now in Atlanta and San Francisco. The program initially launched last month in Austin, Cincinnati, Dallas and Virginia Beach, with plans for continued expansion across the U.S. throughout 2018.
Through the service, Prime members can order from “thousands of items” across fresh produce, bakery, dairy, meat and seafood, floral, among other everyday staples, all locally sourced items from Whole Foods Market. Select alcohol is also available for delivery to customers in San Francisco.
Prime members receive two-hour delivery for free, or they can pay $7.99 on orders of $35 or more, if they need groceries to arrive within an hour.
Customers can create an orders by visiting the Whole Foods Market selection on the Prime Now app available on Android and iOS devices, or on the Prime Now website.
The expansion coincides with Amazon’s ongoing efforts to integrate the two companies. Last month, the online giant announced that Prime members using their Amazon Prime Rewards Visa card at Whole Foods now earn 5% back on all purchases. This is in addition to the rewards they already receive, including 5% back on all Amazon.com purchases, 2% at restaurants, gas stations and drugstores, and 1% on all other purchases.
Non-Prime members that have the Visa card are entitled to 3% back. They also receive 3% back on all Amazon purchases, 2% at restaurants, gas stations and drugstores, and 1% on all other purchases.
Amazon acquired Whole Foods for $13.7 billion in September 2017.