Walmart announced the launch of a service that will not only deliver groceries to users’ home but will unload them directly into their fridge as well.
The service, titled “InHome,” will be offered to consumers for $19.95 a month. Users will have to purchase a “smart door” lock kit by which Walmart employees will be able to gain entry into their home.
Employees are required to pass a rigorous screening process, including background checks and training on how to best load groceries into a refrigerator.
Groceries represent more than half of Walmart’s total sales in recent years. It already offers a standard grocery delivery option.
The service is currently available in Kansas City, Pittsburgh, and Vero Beach, Florida.