(NEW YORK) — Shoppers at Whole Foods stores will soon be able to pick up tablets and other electronic devices while they grab their groceries.
The change was announced Thursday by Whole Foods Market and Amazon, which say that more than 100 of the grocery chain’s stores will sell Amazon devices, including the all-new Amazon Echo, Echo Dot, Fire TV, Kindle e-readers, Fire tablets and others. Additionally, Amazon pop-up shops will appear at five Whole Foods locations in the next week.
Amazon acquired Whole Foods Market in August of this year. It calls the announcement one of a series of “collarborative programs” that it believe will mark “another step forward in the integration between the companies.”
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