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Whole Foods to slash prices on holiday favorites



Whole Foods announced it's slashing prices again, on several "holiday favorites," including sweet potatoes, canned pumpkin and turkey.

If you're an Amazon Prime member you'll pay less for turkey: Whole Foods slashed turkey prices to $1.99 per pound compared to $2.49 for non-Prime members.

To redeem the discount, Amazon has a printable coupon only accessible to Prime members on its website.

"These are the latest new lower prices in our ongoing integration and innovation with Amazon, and we're just getting started," said Whole Foods CEO John Mackey. Whole Foods said this Prime-specific deal is a "sneak preview" for future exclusive deals.

Whole Foods also announced it is cutting prices on boneless skinless chicken breasts, shrimp, Russet potatoes, bagged salad mixes, broccoli, organic eggs and milk from Organic Valley, Chobani and Fage yogurt.

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