There's also a 1-hour rush delivery for a small additional fee.
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Great news for Amazon Prime members—the latest benefit offered under the $99-per-year program is a free two-hour delivery service for Whole Foods customers, the company announced Thursday.

If you live in Austin, Cincinnati, Dallas, or Virginia Beach, you'll be able to access the new service first, but Amazon is planning to expand the service across the U.S. throughout the year, CNBC reports.

You'll be able to load your cart with everything you'd normally purchase, including produce, bakery items, meat and seafood, and staple products, and enjoy free 2-hour delivery that same day. If you're in a real rush, you can request an even faster 1-hour delivery on orders of $35 plus for $7.99.

Amazon says the service will be available every day from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.

In the wake of the Whole Foods acquisition last year, Amazon has slowly but surely incorporated new policies for loyal customers and changed how the nationwide grocery chain approaches business—and has generated a lot of buzz in doing so.