Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Written by: Gordon Dickson

Amazon wants to take an even bigger bite out of the grocery industry in Fort Worth.

The online retail giant, which also owns Whole Foods Markets, has launched grocery pickup at its Fort Worth store, which is in the Waterside development off Bryant Irvin Road.

Customers order their food and sundries online using Amazon’s Prime Now application, and the food can be picked up at Whole Foods in about an hour for no additional fee, or in as little as a half-hour for a $4.99 fee.

No word yet on when the grocery pickup will also be offered at Whole Foods locations in Arlington, Colleyville and numerous places in the Dallas area.

Here’s how it works:

  • Amazon Prime members place their grocery order in…
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