Amazon is slashing prices on hundreds of products at Whole Foods for the third time in two years.
The cuts will go into effect Wednesday and are mostly focused on produce. Amazon (AMZN) and Whole Foods said customers will save an average of 20% off select items, including greens, tomatoes and fruits.
They’ll also double the number of weekly deals for Prime members, and will give those people an additional 10% off “hundreds of sale items” throughout the store. Prime members in dozens of metro areas can also get free Whole Foods grocery delivery if they spend more than $35.
The Wall Street Journal first reported the plans.