Whole Foods will start cutting prices on hundreds of items as of this Wednesday, April 3.
The Amazon-owned grocer already offers two-hour delivery for Prime members, who can also use their Alexa devices to shop for Whole Foods groceries as well.
You won’t have to be a Prime member to take advantage of lower prices after this Wednesday though, as the grocery chain will soon extend savings to all shoppers, with an average 20 percent drop on select items.
Discounted items include Sumo citrus ($2.49/pound), organic strawberries ($2.99/pound), 35 percent off all Justin’s products, 20 percent off all prepared sandwiches and wraps, and more.
Prime members will still receive an additional 10 percent off select sale items.
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