Amazon Broadens Grocery Delivery Access to Non-Prime Subscribers

The service is now available to any customer in any city with an Amazon Fresh.

Amazon has announced that it will make its grocery and free pickup services available to all customers in the U.S. where Amazon Fresh operates. Previously, these services were exclusive to Prime members. The company also plans to offer grocery and free pickup in any city that has a Whole Foods store in the future.

Claire Peters, vice president of Amazon Fresh, said in a press release, “We want to make shopping for groceries easy, fast, and affordable for everyone. Now, customers can order groceries online for delivery or pickup from Amazon Fresh across the U.S., with Whole Foods Market coming soon—even without a Prime membership.”

Amazon Fresh or Whole Foods Market will provide two-hour grocery delivery to customers in over 3,500 U.S. cities and towns once the service is fully launched at all Whole Foods locations.

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Amazon also said that customers can now order delivery from local grocery and specialty stores on Amazon’s website, such as Bristol Farms, Cardenas Markets, Pet Food Express, Weis Markets, and Save Mart.

Additionally, Amazon will update and redesign three of its Amazon Fresh stores in California. The new stores will have more than 2,000 new products from national and private brands, a Krispy Kreme doughnut shop, and more.

Last month, Amazon said that its drone delivery system, Prime Air, will expand to a third U.S. city and also start operating in the U.K. and Italy by late 2024.

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