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It’s only been a short while since Amazon and Whole Foods joined forces, but Whole Foods is already a better place, namely for your paycheck. (The avocados are cheaper now. #YAAASSS)

While you can’t get everything at Whole Foods Prime-delivered to you just yet, the grocery chain is constantly stocking its shelves with fresh merchandise for you to try. Since you can’t simply filter your browser by what’s new when shopping IRL, browse this list for a look at the coolest new products at Whole Foods. They’re healthy, yummy, and available now.

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1. 365 Everyday Value Pumpkin Spice Granola

You already know fall means pumpkin spice everything. Upgrade your smoothie bowl with some of this granola, and go full #goals by pairing it with an actual PSL.

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2. 365 Everyday Value Organic Pumpkin & Sage Farro Pilaf

Lean into autumn with this protein-packed pilaf.

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3. Whole Foods Market Lime Mint Elderflower Italian Sparkling Water

The first of Whole Foods’ new sparkling water offerings, this flavor is infused with lime, mint, and elderflower for a bottled version of a springtime breeze.

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4. 365 Everyday Value Organic Peeled & Ready To Eat Hard Cooked Medium Eggs Grade A Cage Free Plus

Cut down your meal-prep time even further with these pre-peeled hard-cooked eggs.

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5. Whole Foods Market Zero Calorie Lemonade + Vitamin C Nutrient Enhanced Water

Feeling like you need some liquid sunshine as cold weather approaches? This lemonade gets a boost from vitamin C—and has zero calories.

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