Many consumers value convenience above all in routine purchases they make. This is why a number of different grocery delivery services have begun to proliferate in the marketplace. One of the notable new grocery delivery services comes from Walmart. Walmart has launched an 'InHome Delivery' system where it will not only bring groceries to the customer's home, but will even place them in the customer's fridge.
Walmart also launched a 'Delivery Unlimited' service, where customers can pay either a yearly or monthly fee for unlimited delivery. The service greatly reduces the delivery fee for consumers who would routinely order form the service.
Lastly, an ugly produce delivery service was launched, which is titled 'Misfits Market,' where customers can purchase produce that was rejected by grocery stores.
From In-house Grocery Delivery to Ugly Produce Drop-Offs
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Unlimited Grocery Deliveries
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In-House Grocery Delivery Services
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Ugly Produce Delivery Services
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