Whole Foods Market Requiring All Customers To Wear Face Masks + At-Risk Shoppers Get Priority Pickup
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Amazon is going one step further to keep customers safe!
If you’re headed to your local Whole Foods Market soon, plan to wear a face mask.
Amazon just announced that all customers will be asked to wear a face mask in Whole Foods Markets stores when they shop. And to make it easier for customers to comply with this request, they will be offering disposable face masks at store entrances for anyone who doesn’t have their own.
“We will keep evaluating how to best support our teams and communities, and will continue rolling out measures to protect the health and safety of every person helping customers get what they need during this difficult time.”
In order to support the most vulnerable during this pandemic, guests 60 years and older, those with disabilities, and those whom the CDC defines as high risk can now shop in-store at Whole Foods Market one hour before it opens to the public.
In addition, the first hour of grocery pickup at Whole Foods Market stores nationwide is now reserved for these high risk customers – just go to amazon.com/wholefoods, select “Pickup,” and begin building your cart. When you are ready to check out, select the first pickup window of the day, which is marked reserved for at-risk customers.
Pickup is currently available at more than 150 Whole Foods Market stores. Find out more information here.