Amazon Lowers Whole Foods Prices on Holiday Favorites

updated May 1, 2019
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Just in time for the holidays, Amazon has cut prices on some Thanksgiving essentials at Whole Foods Market. That’s right — you can get the good stuff and pay less for it! Also, if you’re an Amazon Prime member, you get a larger discount on turkey too.

Have you tackled your holiday shopping yet for your Thanksgiving feast? If you have, job well done! If you’re a procrastinator, like me, Whole Foods Market might be a good place to stop.

Starting today you’ll see drops in Value Pack boneless, skinless chicken breasts and raw peeled shrimp. Both of these will be the ones you find in the freezer section — not behind the meat and seafood counters. To round out your Thanksgiving table you’ll also see drops on their house brand 365 Everyday Value canned pumpkin, organic broccoli, one-pound salad mixes, and organic Russet and sweet potatoes.

If you’ve yet to buy your turkey, you will be able to do so at $2.49/pound for no-antibiotic birds and $3.49 for organic. But wait, if you’re an Amazon Prime member you can pick up your no-antibiotic and organic turkeys at just $1.99/pound and $2.49/pound, respectively. All of these birds, no matter the price, do meet Whole Foods Market’s strict quality standards, including no antibiotics, no animal byproducts in their feed, and animal welfare audits by third-party certifiers like Global Animal Partnership. Happy birds are tasty birds, right? Right!

Keep an eye out for storewide drops on some major brands that are jumping aboard the discount train. Beans from Eden Foods, organic chicken and vegetable broths from Pacific, as well as milk from Organic Valley and yogurt from Chobani and Siggis have all been spotted with a smaller price tag.

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