Whole Foods is taking a stand against the convenience store chain.
The grocery store chain has removed food items from its website and is offering a whole food delivery service for $14-a-meal for customers.
The price includes a full meal and the food is delivered to your door, a Whole Food spokesperson told The Wall St. Journal.
The company has a $7.99 delivery fee, which customers can switch to pay for other services, such as grocery pickup, delivery of milk and other groceries.
The new Whole Foods delivery service comes as Whole Foods’ food prices are climbing, with prices in the $13 range now more than $5 higher than the same price a month ago.
The Whole Foods pricing includes an extra charge of $0.25 per delivery order, which is $0,065 for the 365-day plan.
The $14 Whole Food 365 delivery will be available at stores in all 50 states and Washington, D.C. until Sept. 1, the company said.
The whole food price is the same as when the Whole Foods service was launched, but the delivery fee will go back up.
For customers who want to make the Whole Food delivery a full-service option, the new Whole Food app also has a fee for the meal.
The app charges $9.99 for an unlimited 30-minute delivery and $14 for an additional 30 minutes.
If customers choose to take advantage of the Whole Store 365 service, they can now get a whole-food delivery by simply entering their zip code and entering their delivery address.
The service is limited to delivery to a single address, and only the delivery person can take delivery, according to Whole Foods.
Whole Foods said customers can also buy a Whole Store Express meal to take to work or school.
“We are committed to making delivery as convenient and as easy as possible for everyone, and we are excited to continue our work with Whole Foods to make Whole Foods the world’s most convenient grocery store,” Whole Foods Chief Executive Officer Steve Ells said in a statement.