According to reports from GlobalNews.ca, Walmart Canada will launch an online grocery pickup service. The service will allow customers to order their groceries up to 21-days in advance online and pick up the orders at their convenience. The pickup service will launch at 11 Ottawa-area locations starting Tuesday, July 7, 2015. Walmart Canada will charge a $3 fee for the service and orders need to be a minimum of $50.

Walmart launched a similar service across Canada at the end of 2014 for the majority of their products, excluding food and produce. The Grab and Go lockers allow customers to order items online and pick-up the orders in the lockers at the nearest Walmart location.

Loblaws currently hosts a similar service called Click-and-Collect, which allows customers to order their groceries online and pick-up at the location nearest the shopper.

Will you use Walmart’s online grocery pickup service?

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  • shekkydog

    If I have to go to the store to pick up my order, I may as well shop for it myself and save a few dollars. If they were smart, they would have offered a shopping service with home delivery. For many seniors, it is extremely difficult to do their own shopping. What is the point of ordering on line, when there is is no way on earth that I can carry home 2 litres of milk and 4 kg of flour or sugar. Who are the execs who think these ideas up? If I were an extremely busy executive, it may be worth 3.00 to save a half hour of my time that I would have spent shopping. However, if I require any frozen foods, I still will have to stand in line to pay for it.

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