Here are all the changes Amazon is making to Whole Foods
Whole Foods is swiftly transforming under Amazon
Amazon's $13.7 billion acquisition of Whole Foods formally went through in August.
The changes began immediately, from cutting costs to internal restructuring. Following the acquisition, Amazon is trying "to operate more like a traditional market," the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.
Here's what changes have been revealed so far - and how they'll affect Whole Foods shoppers.
The companies are integrating point-of-sales systems.
The grocery chain is getting bigger.
Some Whole Foods stores have added Amazon Lockers.
Local stores won't get to decide if they want to sell regional items.
Brand reps are being banned from stores.
Whole Foods is selling products on Amazon.com.
Amazon Prime members will get special discounts.
The grocery stores are now selling Amazon Echos and Echo Dots.
Whole Foods has already cut prices.