Whole Foods Launches Pickup For Online Orders Whole Foods is introducing pickup points for online grocery orders.
The change is the latest attempt to compete with rival food retailers.
The service is officially called “Click and Collect."
Grocery pickup is the first major new service since Amazon bought out the company.
This service will be exclusively for Amazon Prime subscribers.
Stores with the new service will have reserved parking for the customers using it.
Rival grocers Walmart and Kroger already invested heavily in similar services.
So far, Click and Collect is available in Sacramento and Virginia Beach.
Whole Foods will make this available to more cities soon.