Amazon announced earlier this month that it has launched a new curbside pickup service for Amazon Prime members at select Whole Foods stores. The service is currently available in Sacramento, CA and Virginia Beach, VA, and Amazon plans to expand it to other cities later this year.

Through the service, customers can place orders via Amazon’s Prime Now app and have their groceries loaded into their car when they arrive at Whole Foods. Pick-up in an hour is free for orders of $35 or more, and $1.99 on orders less than $35. A 30-minute window is available for $4.99 with no minimum order.

Amazon also announced that in markets served by Prime Now, Prime customers can order from Whole Foods using Amazon Echo smart speakers and have the items delivered within two hours.