With the holidays right around the corner, Whole Foods (WFM) just announced a new slew of price cuts including organic or non-antibiotic turkeys for $3.49 per lb and $2.49 per lb respectively, according to CNBC. Amazon (AMZN) Prime members will save an additional 50 cents per pound. Other discounts include chicken breasts, shrimp, canned pumpkin and potatoes. Grocers like Shoprite (SHP) are competing with promotions like a free turkey with a minimum spend. Let the holiday grocers battle begin! 

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Editors' pick: Originally published Nov. 16.


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