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When Amazon took the reins over at Whole Foods, everyone was buzzing about the suddenly less steep prices. Everything from avocados to rotisserie chickens ended up making news — with the price differences published over and over again. But, let’s say, you don’t have a Whole Foods nearby to check out. Or maybe you just don’t feel like fighting the traffic to get there. Hey, that’s okay. Why? Well, it’s not because anyone thinks you should skip out on the Whole Foods experience. Nope. Instead, you can now shop the grocery retailer from your living room couch.

The in-store price drops weren’t the only changes that Amazon made at Whole Foods. If you happened to stay online and shop Amazon you may have noticed that there was something different. That’s right, over a thousand Whole Foods items were made available on

Okay, so right now not everyone can get the Whole Foods grub and gear on Amazon. Ordering from Whole Foods on Amazon requires an AmazonFresh membership. This is Amazon’s grocery delivery service and will cost existing Prime members $14.99 a month (that’s along with the annual prime fee).

So what can you get on now? Tons of stuff. Of course, not the entire Whole Foods retail stock. But you can get everything from chocolate sandwich cookies to 100% recycled dinner napkins.

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