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  • Whole Foods plans one hour grocery delivery
  • Whole Foods plans one hour grocery delivery
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Whole Foods plans one hour grocery delivery

We all know the feeling - you’ve just ordered something online, and then comes the agonising wait for it to be delivered. Aiming to speed up that process, Whole Foods has partnered with start-up Instacart to offer one-hour grocery deliveries at selected stores in Boston and Austin.

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