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Fresh Thyme offers Grocery delivery through Amazon Prime Now


Indianapolis Fresh Thyme Farmers Market customers can now go for shopping online and can have the right delivered at their door steps through Amazon Prime Now. A news release states that the service promises ‘fast delivery’ from Fresh Thyme in a time span of one to two hours. The prime members in Downtown, Broad Ripple, Carmel, Speedway, Avon and other areas can avail this service.

For the delivery within one-hour the price is fixed at $7.99 and for two-hour it is free. The service is available to customers from 8am to 10pm 7 days a week in the Indianapolis region. Simoina Vasen, the director of prime Now told that the retailer offers a variety of groceries for Prime members ranging from organic agricultural produce to glutten-free products as well as fresh treats from local pastries.

Prime Now is presently available in 30 cities in the United States and delivers from local grocery stores, beauty stores, restaurants, alcohol stores and even vetinary storesand continues to expand very rapidly. The prime members can now download the Prime Now app, available on iOS and Android devices, or visit to place their orders and to track the status of their shipment in real time.

Fresh Thyme CEO Chris Sherrell  told that Amazon Prime Now is a perfect fit for Fresh Thyme for extending this convenience to those who may not be able to shop at the outlet as often as they would like. He added that at the core of both the brands they emphasis on quality, value and convenience, and moreover this partnership is a huge leap in better serving our communities. Other grocery delivery services in the Indianapolis sector are Green Bean Delivery and Instacart.

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