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When Amazon first announced it was buying Whole Foods, meal-prep mavens hoped it would mean an end to long checkout lines at the trendy grocery store. And, according to My Recipes, that day has arrived.

Prime Now, a service included in Amazon Prime memberships (not to be confused with Amazon Fresh, which incurs an additional fee and offers an expanded delivery menu that includes produce options), just started offering same-day delivery on a bunch of products from Whole Foods’ 365 line. And, they can be at your door in as little as two hours. Yes: two. hours. 

Prime Now a service included in Amazon Prime memberships can get your groceries to you in as little as two hours. Yes: two. hours.

The move is aligned with Amazon’s mission to get customers more and more items (even plants) in less and less time to compete with other titans in the home-delivery arms race, like Target and Costco. And as long as your order meets the minimum of $35—which isn’t hard to spend on Whole Foods products—you’ll qualify for free same-day Prime Now delivery.

So, if one of your New Year’s resolutions was to cook more, eat healthier dinners, or spend more time at home, well, it’s time to get primed.

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