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As Whole Foods prices drop, New Yorkers are tweeting their first impressions
The online retail giant announced on Thursday its plans to cut prices on such popular Whole Foods goods as bananas, organic avocados and creamy almond butter as soon as its $13.7 billion purchase of the chain went into effect Monday. (Whole Foods fans have long joked that their favorite store is synonymous with "whole paycheck.")
Amazon has indeed acted quickly: Whole Foods customers are seeing reduced prices, Amazon logos on signs and "farm fresh" displays of Amazon Echo devices by store entrances.
Here's how New Yorkers responded to the changes: