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When Whole Foods products became available on Amazon, it was a big day. Even if you love cooking, going to the grocery store is always a dreaded hassle that most people will avoid if they have the option—just witness the popularity and proliferation of grocery delivery services. While Amazon doesn’t offer all of the store’s products, there are quite a few crowd favorites that you should definitely put in your cart. We’ve rounded up some of the best Whole Foods products that are available for ordering through Amazon Fresh (though availability varies by location).

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365 Everyday Value Pepperoni Thin Crust Pizza, $4.99 on Amazon

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If you’ve never tried the Whole Foods thin crust pizzas, you’re seriously missing out. This is my favorite because of the crispy thin crust (of course) and the uncured pepperoni, which makes it taste super decadent.Buy Now

365 Everyday Value Organic Kettle Corn, $2.49 on Amazon

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The Whole Foods brand kettle corn is one of the best on the market. It’s super sweet, savory, light, and fresh. It’s also organic and made in small batches.Buy Now

365 Everyday Value Organic Riced Cauliflower, $1.99 on Amazon

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Riced cauliflower is not only the perfect way to reduce carbs in your dinner, but it’s delicious as well. This frozen option makes it super easy to whip up for dinner or lunch on the go (no food processor required).Buy Now

365 Everyday Value Organic Edamame, $2.99 on Amazon

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Edamame is one of the things I look forward to most when I order take-out sushi, and I love being able to have it at home in my freezer. It’s super easy to prepare, nutritionist-approved, and I’ve found that this brand often tastes more fresh than the edamame you get in restaurants. Try it on its own as a snack or side, or use it in one of our excellent edamame recipes.Buy Now

365 Everyday Value Organic Tater Puffs, $2.99 on Amazon

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If you have kids, you know that sometimes you just have to whip up some tater tots. At least with the Whole Foods brand, you’ll know they’re organic and as healthy as possible. I also have a friend who keeps these in her freezer and makes them when we have a movie night. Believe me, they’re always a hit!Buy Now

Whole Foods Market Brie Bites with Mostarda, $6.49 on Amazon

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You’ll be immediately addicted to these little brie bites. They are made of flaky phyllo pastry and filled with brie, as well as a mostarda sauce, which is made from sweetened apples, dried figs, pear puree, Dijon, and a little bit of cayenne pepper. Perfect for parties, or for eating by yourself with a side salad.Buy Now

Whole Foods Market Mini Quiche Assortment, $6.99 on Amazon

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Impress your brunch guests with this assortment of 15 mini quiches. The flavors are Three Cheese, Mushroom, and Spinach Florentine—and all three are honestly delicious. They also take only three to four minutes to prepare in the microwave, though if you can wait 15 minutes, they’re even better from the oven.Buy Now

365 Everyday Value Everything Pastry Mini Uncured Hot Dogs, $4.99 on Amazon

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These delicious little pigs in a blanket are wrapped in a buttery puff pastry and sprinkled with parmesan cheese and everything bagel seasoning. They are super savory and delicious—and the bagel seasoning gives them a little extra flavor you never knew your appetizers were missing. You definitely need these for tailgating (and all the rest of the time).Buy Now

365 Everyday Value Three Cheese Mini Pizzas, $2.99 on Amazon

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This little pack of mini pizzas comes with 12 three cheese pizza snacks. They have mozzarella, swiss, and cheddar and they’re so easy to prep that you’ll be immediately hooked. Obviously, they’re great for kids too.Buy Now

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What Whole Foods item is your go-to? Let us know in the comments.

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