While there are hundreds of Whole Foods
products available for delivery on Amazon Fresh
in select cities, which ones are actually worth it? We sorted through the bounty and listed our favorite cost-efficient products. All you need is an Amazon Fresh subscription (first month is free), and you get free delivery if you spend at least $50 an order.
Organic Light Coconut Milk ($2):
Lugging cans from the store can get heavy, so you might as well get it delivered. You can use this organic coconut milk as a base for soups, curries, or to make fluffy, savory coconut rice. You can also add it to smoothies or morning coffee.
Organic Oven Roasted Turkey Breast ($6):
Tastes as fresh as just-sliced deli meat turkey, and the oven- roasted flavor adds a little something. There’s no added sugar, chemicals, nitrates, or antibiotics. Perfect for lunch or a snack.
Mom's Chicken Soup ($8):
Be it a cold day or an actual cold, nothing warms you up quite like homemade chicken soup. Here’s the next best thing. The ingredients are few and simple, and it’s also gluten-free.
Organic Medium Salsa ($4):
It’s never a bad idea to have salsa stocked up, and this medium thick and chunky kind is a crowd-pleaser. Try it with chips or huevos rancheros. It adds a little flavor to your bland leftovers too.
Ranch Lentil Crisps ($2):
This is a convenient, gluten-free, healthy-ish snack to have, especially if you’re one of those people who puts ranch on everything. It’s lentil based, which makes these bites packed with protein to hold you over before dinner.
Organic 100% Lemon Juice Not From Concentrate ($3):
Start off your morning right with a couple of drops of this in hot or room temperature water to jump-start your metabolism. Need lemons for tonight’s dinner and forgot to grab them at the store? Not a problem anymore once you keep a bottle of this in your fridge.
Roasted Red Pepper Hummus ($3):
There’s a lot of debate about the best flavor of hummus. While we can’t make that decision for you, we can recommend this kind that's smokey, a little sweet, and savory. You’ll want to put this dip on crackers, vegetables, or even on a sandwich.
Organic Hearts of Romaine ($3):
Yep. Even the produce is fresh on Whole Foods’ Amazon Fresh. This romaine is always crisp, never wilted, and not from Arizona, so you can safely eat it.
Organic Fruit Strips Strawberry ($1):
These fruit strips will satisfy your sweet tooth. Made with just fruit juice, they come in yummy flavors like strawberry, blueberry, peach, cherry, and very berry.
Freeze-Dried Strawberry Slices ($4):
Love strawberries but they’re not in season? Keep these around! They’re delicious in cereal, overnight oats, or even alone. The freeze-dried fruits also come in mango, blueberry, raspberry, pineapple, banana, and Granny Smith apple flavors.
Pitted Dates ($4):
Nature’s candy! Snack on them solo or stuff with nut butter. Throw them in a smoothie or in your oatmeal for a completely natural and healthy sweetener.
Coconut Water ($3):
Rehydrate and replenish electrolytes after a workout with a glass of coconut water. You can even add this to a smoothie too.
Organic Toasted Coconut Chips ($3):
These gluten-free coconut chips are so snackable, you won’t even miss potato chips. They also come in cocoa, sweet curry spice, or sweet and salty flavors.
Organic Riced Cauliflower ($2):
The possibilities of what you can do with cauliflower rice seem endless. Keep this frozen riced cauliflower on hand, so you’re always ready for a grain-free “rice” dish.
Organic Rainbow Baby Carrots ($3):
Snack on these raw and dipped in hummus, steam them up and dress them in melted butter, or roast 'em in olive oil with salt and pepper.
Blueberries (Frozen) ($3):
Using frozen fruit instead of ice cubes keeps your smoothies creamy and flavorful. Frozen pineapples, berry medley, raspberries, tropical fruit medley, mangos, and strawberries are also available.
Black Beans No Salt Added ($1):
Not into black beans? They also have pinto, kidney, garbanzo, and cannellini, all for less than a dollar a can.
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