Amazon expands grocery delivery, grocery pickup and music service

Amazon.com Inc.

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has added Prime Now delivery from Whole Foods Markets in Ann Arbor and Detroit, Mich.; Jacksonville, Orlando and Tampa, Fla.; Madison and Milwaukee, Wis.; Omaha; St. Louis, Mo. and Tulsa, Okla. The service, which delivers purchases in as little as an hour, is now available in 48 cities. Grocery pickup has also been expanded for the first time and is now available in Ft. Worth, TX., Kennesaw, Ga., Richmond and Virginia Beach, Va., and Sacramento, Calif. Grocery pickup from Whole Foods is available to Prime members for free on orders of $35 within an hour, and available for $4.99 in 30 minutes. Amazon Music has also expanded to Canada. The service is available to Prime members and to non-Prime members starting at C$3.99 per month for a single Echo device plan. Amazon shares have soared more than 110% over the past year, far outpacing the S&P 500 index

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which is up 16.8% for the period.

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