Walmart Expands Grocery Delivery to 100 Cities to Keep Up With Amazon

Demand is still low for these expensive services


Walmart is expanding its online grocery delivery service from six to more than 100 metro areas, saying it will reach more than 40 percent of U.S. households by the end of the year.

According to the Wall Street Journal, Uber is one of Walmart’s initial grocery delivery partners, which extends a partnership established in 2016, but other delivery companies will also be included. Walmart also works with same-day delivery company Deliv for in-home deliveries, but it was not immediately clear if Walmart will use Deliv for these particular orders.

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