Target recently launched a new online grocery pickup service which will be available at 400 different locations across 10 states. The new online grocery pickup service will be alive in Illinois, Ohio, Colorado, Utah, Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, Indiana, Kentucky, as well as Kansas. The service will list 740 products that consumers can choose from, which include dairy, meats, frozen foods, and baked goods.
When consumers make purchases form the new service they can choose between Order Pickup, where items can be collected from the store, and Drive Up, where items are collected via curbside pickup. Target will look to expand the program to be available at 1,500 retail locations ahead of the upcoming holiday season.
Dawn Block, Target's senior vice president of digital, spoke about the expansion, "By expanding our Order Pickup and Drive Up assortment to include fresh and frozen grocery items, we’re making the Target Run even easier, ensuring that guests can get everything they need, using the fast, convenient services they already love.”
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