Sorry, Amazon (AMZN) Fresh users, but you might be headed back to the grocery store. Amazon has begun alerting users that it will stop providing its grocery shipping service to their zip codes as of the end of November. 

Via social media, it appears that the move is affecting some zip codes in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, California and Maryland so far. 

Will the move give life to one of Amazon's competitors or will it give consumers another reason to head over to their nearest Amazon-acquired Whole Foods (WFM) ?

Only time and your grocery list can tell... 

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