Grocery shopping will never be the same. Actually, a handful of grocery companies are jumping aboard the online grocery shopping bandwagon. Think Walmart and Target's grocery pickup or 3rd party services like Instacart. Even HEB delivers in certain Texas cities.

But as of Thursday, November 8, two major Texas cities will get to try out Amazon's 2-hour Whole Foods delivery service and the kicker is, it's free for Amazon Prime users. I wonder if Tyler is close enough...

According to ABC News affiliate WFAA, the 2-hour delivery service rolls out in Austin, Cincinnati, Dallas and Virginia Beach, VA. If you have Prime and live in one of these cities, you can order most, but not all products you'd find at your local Whole Foods store.

Curious if you live in an area that offers this service? Just check your Amazon account online or through the Prime Now app and punch in your zip code.

USA Today reports the service will only be available while the Whole Foods stores are open - typically between 8 am and 10 pm.