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Amazon is testing a 2-hour grocery delivery service from Whole Foods (AMZN)

Whole Foods and Amazon are testing a service that provides two-hour delivery directly from Whole Foods stores. It's part of Amazon's efforts to sell more grocery items online and expand its Prime Now two-hour delivery service. Amazon and its subsidiary Whole Foods have started a trial program in four cites around the country to deliver groceries and other goods directly from Whole Foods.
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