The coronavirus pandemic continues on and social distancing is the new normal. But you've probably seen news footage of hordes of people at the supermarket, ready to pounce on a pallet of toilet paper or a bottle of hand sanitizer come the rooster's crow. Doesn't look too socially distant, huh? Maybe you'd be better off having your groceries delivered for you. If you're able to pay a small premium, then there are a bunch of apps that can help, and we've got the skinny on them. Read More
When Amazon forked out nearly $14 billion to buy Whole Foods Market last year, it was inevitable that there would be some intriguing benefits for existing Prime members. Sure enough, lots of Whole Foods products have been added to Amazon's two-hour Prime Now delivery service in selected cities, and in-store discounts for Prime members were announced earlier this month.
At that time, those benefits were limited to the state of Florida, but now Amazon is including a further 12 states — 121 Whole Foods Market stores in total — in the program. Additionally, all Whole Foods Market 365 stores nationwide will carry the Prime discounts, so you should be able to find one somewhere not too far away. Read More