Amazon's Whole Foods delivery service is off to a roaring start and it's a huge threat to InstacartGet the Full StoryAmazon is now offering two-hour deliveries from select Whole Foods stores through its Prime Now service.
Amazon couriers are already outnumbering couriers from Instacart at one Whole Foods store in Austin, an employee told Business Insider.
The service will be rolled out nationwide, which could threaten Instacart's business in Whole Foods.
Amazon started offering customers two-hour deliveries from select Whole Foods stores last week.
The service is still limited to only a handful of stores, but it appears to be off to a roaring start.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: What it's really like inside Amazon's new no-line grocery store.See Also:'We can only take so much abuse': Whole Foods suppliers slam 'hellacious' new policies and say rising costs are hurting businessAn unlikely company has the most to gain if Sears closes all its storesI tried Prime Now, Amazon's 2-hour delivery service and I discovered a glaring flawSEE ALSO: 'We can only take so much abuse': Whole Foods suppliers slam 'hellacious' new policies and say rising costs are hurting business
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