If you’re the busy sort of person who doesn’t even have time to buy groceries, there’s a good chance you might rely on home delivery services instead. Now last year Walmart announced that they would be trying out home delivery services using services like Uber and Lyft, and it looks like the company will be expanding on it.

In an announcement on its website, Walmart revealed that they will be expanding its delivery service to two more markets: Orlando and Dallas. “We’ve been testing delivery in a number of ways for a while now in key markets across the country. In some areas, we’re trying general merchandise deliveries led by associates. In others, we’re testing grocery delivery using Walmart trucks and drivers. We’re working hard to find a way to get you fresh, quality groceries all while keeping a little more time on your calendar.”

Granted the rollout isn’t quite as large as you might hope for, but it’s still a start and we guess it will eventually reach more markets in the US, depending on how well-received it is. Using the service appears to be pretty straightforward where customers can shop online via a computer or their phones, and then Walmart’s personal shoppers will be packaging them and getting them ready for an Uber to make the delivery to your home. In a way it is a lot similar to UberEATS, except that this is for groceries and is with Walmart.

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