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Prime members bristle at Whole Foods’ $9.95 delivery surcharge: ‘It’s just rude’

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O’Neill, a food blogger who calls herself the Nutmeg Nanny online, signed up for Amazon Prime, which costs $119 annually, this year largely for the perk of Whole Foods delivery being included. But Amazon on Friday sent her and other U.S. customers an email saying it was going to charge $9.95 per delivery on top of the Prime subscription cost beginning Oct. 25.

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