For the second time since Amazon purchased Whole Foods in August, the grocery store is lowering prices. This time Whole Foods is trimming prices on Thanksgiving Day staples like turkey, potatoes, and more. It's the latest move by the Amazon-owned grocer to put pressure on supermarkets across the country. Ben Fox Rubin, Senior Reporter at CNET, says that lower prices aren't the only way Amazon is looking to mix up the grocery space. Amazon is also integrating its Prime program into Whole Foods. Prime users get special deals at Whole Foods like even lower prices on turkey. In larger Amazon news, the tech company still has not chosen the future home for its HQ2. Many cities like Newark, New Jersey and Austin, Texas have made bids. Rubin weighs in on which city he thinks has the best chance of landing the deal.