Whole Foods has cut prices on holiday staples and other groceries, Amazon announced Wednesday.
Customers will be able to purchase organic or non-antibiotic turkeys at a reduced price of $3.49 per pound and $2.49 per pound, respectively. Members of Amazon Prime will save an additional 50 cents per pound on both varieties, the company said in a release. A Whole Foods representative told CNBC that cashiers will identify Amazon Prime members when customers present coupons sent via email.
The company didn't say how much of a discount it was offering.
"We're just getting started" on reducing prices after the Amazon buyout closed in August, Whole Foods CEO John Mackey said in a statement. "We'll continue to work closely together to ensure we're consistently surprising and delighting our customers while moving toward our goal of reaching more people."