By the end of 2018, the company hopes to have them available in over 2,000 stores. Additionally, the service will not require a subscriptions, like main-stream kits. The retail giant will now be offering meal kits and simpler "one-step meals" in over 250 stores. However, some have struggled to keep the attention of their subscribers. What separates Walmart from the group is that it would not require a subscription.
The meal kits also take a shot at meal kit providers such as Blue Apron and HelloFresh, which do not have brick-and-mortar partners to help alleviate the cost and complex delivery process associated with the meal kit segment.More news: One killed as Kabul bomb explodes near Australian convoy: embassy
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Walmart Will Soon Bring Meal Kits to Thousands of Stores Move over Amazon, Walmart is now producing its own brand of pre-portioned kits priced between $8 to $15. Amazon also unveiled in February it will start delivering groceries from Whole Foods through its two-hour Prime Now delivery service.
Shares of Walmart opened Monday near $88, with a consensus analyst price target of $105.57 and a 52-week trading range of $69.33 to $109.98. These are exactly the same kits you tend to get through services like Blue Apron, which tend to involve more preparation and more original foods.