Whole Foods & Instacart Partner for Same Day Grocery Delivery

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Whole Foods announced a partnership with Instacart that will allow for one-hour same day grocery delivery service across 15 major cities in the United States. The two companies are also partnering to make in-store pickup easier, and expect to build on the partnership to offer more services for convenient delivery or pickup for their customers.

Whole Foods is the first national Instacart partner to offer in-store pickup.

This is very exciting news for the grocery delivery industry. A large, innovative company like Whole Foods can help drive the industry further much faster.

To celebrate, WFM and Instacart are offering the chance to win free groceries for one year. For details see http://wfm.com/instacartgiveaway.

See below link for full press release from Whole Foods Market.

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