Amazon.com Inc. has sold about $1.6 million in Whole Foods beans, breakfast cereal and other store-brand products in the first month since taking over the organic chain, one of the first infusions of cash the e-commerce giant has delivered to the natural grocer through its site.
completed $500,000 in online sales in the first week after it started
offering Whole Foods’ “365 Everyday Value” products, according to the
One Click Retail, an e-commerce data analytics firm that focuses on the
site’s transactions. Weekly sales fell to about $300,000 for the next
two weeks after Amazon ran low on some products but rebounded in the
fourth week, the analysis found.. . . more