Whole Foods Market and start-up Instacart announced Tuesday that they are expanding their partnership to offer quick grocery delivery in 15 cities, including Los Angeles, Mashable reports. Whole Foods will imbed Instacart shoppers in its stores to be ready for action when an order is placed, increasing speed and the companies’ competitive stake in the instant-delivery market.
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