Walmart to expand grocery pickup service in St. Louis area

Walmart has plans to expand its grocery delivery service in the St. Louis area as retailers continue their perpetual pursuit of customer convenience. The retailer will add its online grocery pickup option at about 10 stores in the region before year’s end.

The service, which launched in the St. Louis area in 2016, already is available in 10 stores in the St. Louis metro.

The service is available between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m., and it targets busy parents and other customers who don’t want to leave their cars to get groceries.

The expanded rollout in St. Louis comes as other retailers try tactics to deliver more convenient experiences to customers.

Read more: St. Louis Post-Dispatch


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