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Amazon has already made some changes to Whole Foods, the kind of changes that customers will seriously appreciate.
The major e-commerce company officially acquired Whole Foods Market after purchasing the grocery chain for $13.7 billion. And prices for certain items have already been cut by up to 43 percent.
An Amazon press release previously stated that Prime members would be receiving special savings and in-store benefits, and that the two companies were working towards achieving lower prices on popular food items like bananas, eggs, fish, kale, lettuce, almond butter, apples, rotisserie chicken, ground beef, and even avocados.
It is to be mentioned that organic fuji apples were reportedly marked down to $1.99 per pound from $3.49 per pound and bananas dropped from 79 cents per pound to 49 cents per pound. The price of organic avocados was also lowered from $2.79 each to $1.99 each, and the price of an organic rotisserie chicken dropped from $13.00 to $9.99.