As you may know, Amazon recently acquired Whole Foods and AmazonWorldwide Consumer CEO Jeff Wilke promised to “lower prices without compromising Whole Foods Market’s long-held commitment to the highest standards” as soon as the online shopping company took charge Monday.
According to FoodAndWine.com, here’s what prices were different as of this morning:
— Whole trade bananas (depending on the country of origin): 49 cents or 69 cents per pound (79 cents or 99 cents per pound before)
— Organic avocados: $1.99 ($2.99 before)
— Organic large brown eggs: $3.99 a dozen ($4.29 a dozen before)
— Organic responsibly-farmed salmon: $9.99 per pound ($10.49 per pound)
— Organic baby kale and lettuce: $3.49 for five ounces ($3.99 for five ounces before)
— Creamy and crunchy almond butter: $6.99 for a 12-ounce jar ($7.99 for a 12-ounce jar before)
— Organic Gala apples: $1.99 per pound ($2.99 per pound before)
— Organic Fuji apples: $1.99 per pound ($3.49 per pound before)
— Organic rotisserie chicken: $9.99 each ($13.99 each before)
— Everyday Value organic butter: $4.49 per pound ($5.29 per pound before)
Hopefully we’ll see more of where this came from!
[Image via Whole Foods.]