Amazon turning these four cities into grocery battlegrounds

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The Amazon-fuelled grocery price war may have finally arrived.
News that Amazon.com will start offering two-hour delivery from Whole Foods stores in four US cities has the food world buzzing that competition is about to heat up in an industry that survives on razor-thin margins.
In the six months since Amazon acquired the organic grocer, the e-commerce giant has been mum about its plans for its ballyhooed push into brick-and-mortar food retail.
Now, the grocery world will get a first-hand look at Amazon’s strategy, with two-hour delivery available through its Prime Now service in Dallas and Austin, Texas; Virginia Beach, Virginia; and Cincinnati, Ohio. Sydney Morning Herald – Read more…

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