Whole Food Cuts Prices By 20 Percent


Whole Foods is about to become everyone's favorite grocery store...assuming it wasn't already. Purchased by Amazon back in 2017, Whole Foods has announced that it's rolling back prices saving customers around 20 percent on average. Their biggest focus, according to People, is going to be their seasonal produce, claiming their greens, tomatoes and tropical fruits will go for as low as $1.

Amazon Prime members have additional sales on top of this. On top of 10 percent off, Prime members have access to grocery delivery in select cities and grocery pickup which can be done through Alexa. For more info and deals, hit the tweet below.


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