Starting today, you can order your Whole Foods kombucha, raw almonds, and flax seeds on the interwebs, with the goods delivered in less than an hour to your door.
Charleston joins Albuquerque, Birmingham, Boise, Colorado Springs, Hartford, Kansas City, Providence, Salt Lake City, and Stamford as cities that can ditch the carrier pigeon and take advantage of this "ultra-fast" Prime Now delivery service which allows you to order from thousands of Whole Foods Market items.
"We are excited to bring superfast Prime Now delivery to Charleston for the first time. Our goal is to cover as many Prime customers as possible with grocery delivery from Whole Foods Market," said Tanvi Patel, head of business development for Prime Now in a press release."
This uber speedy delivery service, which launched this year, is now available in 63 cities. To order groceries online
(you can get pretty much everything except booze) you must be an Amazon Prime member; type in your zip code to see if you're in the delivery range. And while there is no delivery fee, there is an option to add a tip.