Whole Foods customers in much of north and Central Jersey who are also Amazon Prime members can now get groceries delivered to their homes.
Delivery will be available in as little as an hour through Amazon’s Prime Now app, according to an announcement Tuesday. On orders of $35 or more, two-hour delivery is free. If you want your groceries within an hour, there’s a $7.99 fee on orders of $35 or more.
“Our goal is to cover as many Prime customers as possible with this new service in New Jersey,” Prime Now Head of Business Development Tanvi Patel said in a statement. “Today we’re excited to reach customers in North and Central New Jersey.”
Delivery will be available from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
It’s available in parts of Bergen, Burlington, Essex, Hudson, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Passaic, Somerset and Union counties. Customers should enter their zip code to see if they’re in the delivery area. If they are not in the current delivery area, they can sign up to be notified when the service is added.
Amazon also announced that it’s expanding the curbside pickup option to Dayton, Ohio as well as Louisville and Omaha. That service include eight areas, but not yet New Jersey. More locations are expected to be added later this year.
Amazon delivers Whole Foods products to 53 areas.
Whole Foods delivery is also offered through Instacart. Wegmans, Whole Foods, Costco, CVS and Petco products can also be delivered to customers’ homes through Instacart in select towns.