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Buying Groceries Online

What Do You Think of Buying Groceries Online?

Walmart is currently experimenting with an online grocery delivery service called Walmart to Go in San Jose, CA., which offers next-day deliveries for your grocery order, reports the New York Times. The delivery fees for this service starts at $5, and the goods delivered "lean toward prepackaged goods." There are also certain restrictions — meats are currently only available in precut portions, and fruits like lemons and oranges can only be bought in bags, rather than individually. Still, some may say the convenience of online grocery shopping far outweighs these limitations.

What do you think of online supermarket shopping, would you do it if this service was available in your area?

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RoaringSilence RoaringSilence 4 years
I wouldn't, because I rarely use any prepackaged foods. I am also not very brand loyal. It would also take forever to compare different brands of pasta etc. on the internet - on the shelf, you can just look at all of them at once. No thanks. I'm sure it's great for people though who only ever make mac and cheese and ramen :p
Emily-Co Emily-Co 4 years
@amber512 One of the best things of grocery shopping is browsing. =)
amber512 amber512 4 years
No thanks, I'd much rather pick out my own produce and pretty much everything else as well.
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