The next stop for Whole Foods delivery is NYC

Amazon’s ongoing mission to spread organic produce countrywide continues.

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Lucy Nicholson / Reuters
Lucy Nicholson / Reuters

Amazon is expanding its Whole Foods Delivery service to five new cities. Prime Now subscribers in New York City, Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach and Long Island will be able to sift through a variety of dairy, meat, everyday staples and seafood options.

Delivery times are still between 8AM to 10PM, and it's a two hour wait before your order arrives -- unless you're willing to spend $8 extra for the quicker one hour option. Regardless, your minimum order needs to be $35.

Originally kicked off in February, the partnership between Amazon and the Whole Foods Market was established to bring fresh produce to the table in a more conveneint fashion, and if you're short on time, help dodge those seemingly endless grocery lines. Shoppers in Austin and Cincinnati were the first with access, but Amazon quickly expanded the service to Seattle and San Francisco. It's very likely additional cities -- according to the Prime Now website, 34 are currently being serviced -- will join the list soon, since Amazon has plans to spread deliveries nationwide.

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