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Amazon is expanding its grocery delivery, and Walmart is right on its heels. Just over a month after the online retailer announced its Prime Now delivery service will begin delivering Whole Foods groceries, Walmart has announced it’ll expand its online grocery delivery service to over 100 metro areas this year. 

This means that over 40 percent of U.S. households will be able to order groceries from Walmart, the company claims.

Currently, Walmart Grocery Delivery is only available in Dallas, Denver, Orlando, Phoenix, Tampa, and San Jose. Walmart will announce more metro areas over the course of this year. Read more…

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