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Whole Foods Entire Foods/Facebook Amazon Prime members will now get special discount rates at Whole Foods. Amazon’s acquisition of Whole Foods will close on Monday.

“Amazon and Whole Foods Market technology groups will begin to incorporate Amazon Prime into the Whole Foods Market point-of-sale system, when this work is complete, Prime members will receive special cost savings and in-store advantages,” the companies wrote in a release. “Customers will enjoy lower rates on products like Whole Trade bananas, organic avocados, natural big brown eggs, natural responsibly-farmed salmon and tilapia, natural baby kale and infant lettuce, animal-welfare-rated 85% lean ground beef, velvety and crispy almond butter, natural Gala and Fuji apples, organic rotisserie chicken, 365 Everyday Worth organic butter, and a lot more,” the business stated.

Amazon likewise plans to make Prime the customer rewards program at Whole Foods.

Entire Foods’ personal label 365 items will likewise be readily available on Amazon.

The company hasn’t yet showed an amount of time for all of the modifications.

Here’s the full release:

SEATTLE&AUSTIN, Texas–(SERVICE WIRE)– Aug. 24, 2017–(NASDAQ: AMZN)– Amazon and Whole Foods Market today revealed that Amazon’s acquisition ofWhole Foods Marketwill close onMonday August 28, 2017, and the 2 companies will together pursue the vision of making Whole Foods Market’s premium, natural and natural food cost effective for everyone. As a deposit on that vision, Whole Foods Marketwill provide lower costs starting Monday on a selection of very popular grocery staples throughout its shops, with more to come.

In addition, AmazonandWhole Foods Markettechnology teams will begin to integrate Amazon Prime into theWhole Foods Marketpoint-of-sale system, and when this work is complete, Prime members will get special savings and in-store advantages. The two companies will create in extra locations with time, including in retailing and logistics, to make it possible for lower costs forWhole Foods Marketcustomers.

“We’re identified to make healthy and natural food inexpensive for everybody. Everyone needs to be able to eatWhole Foods Marketquality– we will decrease rates without jeopardizing Whole Foods Market’s long-held commitment to the greatest standards,” saidJeff Wilke, CEO ofAmazonWorldwide Customer. “To obtain begun, we’re going to lower prices starting Monday on a choice of best-selling grocery staples, consisting of Whole Trade natural bananas, responsibly-farmed salmon, organic large brown eggs, animal-welfare-rated 85% lean hamburger, and more. And this is just the beginning– we will make Amazon Prime the consumer rewards program atWhole Foods Marketand continuously lower rates as we invent together. There is considerable work and chance ahead, and we’re thrilled to get started.”

“It’s been our mission for 39 years atWhole Foods Marketto bring the highest quality food to our customers,” saidJohn Mackey, Whole Foods Marketco-founder and CEO. “By working together withAmazonand incorporating in numerous essential locations, we can decrease rates and double down on that objective and reach more individuals with Whole Foods Market’s top quality, natural and natural food. As part of our commitment to quality, we’ll continue to broaden our efforts to support and promote local products and suppliers. We can’t wait to start revealing clients what’s possible whenWhole Foods MarketandAmazoninnovate together.”

Here’s what will be new inWhole Foods Marketstores on Monday and what clients can expect gradually as the 2 business incorporate:

This is simply the beginning– AmazonandWhole Foods Marketplan to provide more in-store advantages and lower costs for customers with time as the two companies incorporate logistics and point-of-sale and merchandising systems.

Whole Foods Marketwill continue to grow its group and develop jobs in regional communities as it opens new shops, hires brand-new employee, and broadens its support of regional farmers and craftsmens. The company will preserve operations under the Whole Foods Market brand, preserve its high standards and dedication to providing the finest natural and natural foods, and continue to source from relied on suppliers and partners around the world.John Mackeywill stay asCEO and Whole FoodsMarket’s head office will stay inAustin, Texas.

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