Whole Foods will no longer be taking your whole paycheck.

You probably know that Amazon bought Whole Foods Market on June 16, 2017. And we’ve been over here wondering what kinds of changes we’d see. Starting today, Whole Foods’ prices will begin to drop.

This will make Whole Foods’ high-quality, organic and natural foods more affordable for everyone. The company will be lowering prices of best-selling grocery staples and offering lower prices on more items over time.

Customers will enjoy lower prices on products like:

  • Whole Trade bananas
  • Organic avocados
  • Organic large brown eggs
  • Organic responsibly-farmed salmon and tilapia
  • Organic baby kale
  • Baby lettuce
  • Animal-welfare-rated 85% lean ground beef
  • Creamy and crunchy almond butter
  • Organic Gala and Fuji apples
  • Organic rotisserie chicken
  • 365 Everyday Value organic butter
  • And more!

Not bad, eh?

Amazon Prime members will get even more savings at Whole Foods.

Amazon and Whole Foods tech teams will begin to integrate Amazon Prime into a customer rewards program with special savings and in-store benefits. Which means if you’re a Prime member, you’ll save even more money when you shop at Whole Foods!

Plus, Whole Foods private label products like 365 Everyday Value, Whole Foods Market, Whole Paws and Whole Catch — will eventually be available through Amazon.com, AmazonFresh, Prime Pantry and Prime Now.

Amazon Lockers will also start appearing in select stores where customers can have products shipped from Amazon.com to a local Whole Foods store for pickup.

I can honestly say, I ain’t mad about it!