Online giant’s takeover of organic food specialist marks new push into grocery market after launch of Fresh delivery service

Amazon is spending $13.7bn (£10.7bn) to take over organic food specialist Whole Foods Market.

The deal marks a huge new stride into the grocery market by Amazon, which first launched its Fresh food delivery service in the US about eight years ago. The online retail giant also launched the service in the UK last year after signing a wholesale deal with British supermarket Morrisons.

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