On June 16, Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN) announced that it had reached an agreement to buy Whole Foods Market (NASDAQ:WFM) for $42 per share. Though Amazonsaw enough potential in the grocery chain to pay almost $14 billion, it has yet to finalize its plans for the integration.
In this segment from Industry Focus: Consumer Goods, Vincent Shen is joined by senior Fool.com contributor Adam Levine-Weinberg as they look at several ways that Amazon could use Whole Foods as a platform to grow its business. There are many opportunities, and the potential synergies are enormous.
A full transcript follows the video.
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