Amazon’s New Attempts to Expanding Its Whole Foods Market Base

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Amazon is all set to explore its venture into the new Whole Foods Market spectrum by adding more stores, which would automatically lead to expanding its customer base. According to the Wall Street Journal report, this would allow more customers within the range of two-hour delivery service ranges.

The Whole Food employees have already visited too many regions, including Western North America,, to explore the potential retail spaces in parts of Idaho, including areas of southern Utah and Wyoming. It had been touring over regions with no stores and expecting to build up its strong market base.

Amazon is regarded as one of the largest online retailers and its idea to explore the two-hour delivery service to nearly 475 Whole Foods stores in the United States is mesmerizing. This structure is included in the series of Amazon’s grocery, delivery and picks expansion plans to other cities across the U.S. This also offers an ability to provide the massive option of delivery to the subscribers in more than 60 cities within a short period as 30 minutes from the Whole Foods stores. This is an amazing attempt made for the inconvenience of the customers and explores the new spectrum of its business. However, the outside business hours are not being appropriately announced by Amazon.

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