Starting Next Week, Downtown Miami Whole Foods Will Allow You To Shop Online
Downtown Miami’s Whole Foods Market will launch online shopping and delivery beginning on May 19.
The service will be provided through Whole Food’s partner Instacart, which is new to the Miami market.
Customers will be able to shop on the web or through an app on their phone or tablet. They will then have the option to choose store pick-up or delivery.
In other markets, delivery is offered for a $3.99 charge for two-hour service, or $5.99 for delivery within an hour. Customers can also pay $99 per year for unlimited deliveries of any order above $35.
The service has been a success in stores where it is already offered. Whole Foods says that up to 5% of sales at those stores are now online purchases, just months after the service was introduced.