Walmart’s Grocery Delivery To Launch In Houston

Starting May 15 customers in Houston can order groceries online

Walmart has a new answer for you: Don’t worry, keep doing what you’re doing. They can deliver those groceries to your front door.

Starting Tuesday, May 15, customers in Houston can order groceries online.

Houston will be the 10th market nationwide where Walmart is offering grocery delivery service, according to the Houston Chronicle

Walmart announce by the end of the year, grocery delivery service option will be a reality for more than 40 percent of U.S. households.

According to Walmart here’s how the groceries home delivery works:

  1. To order, customers visit or go to the existing Walmart Grocery app to build an online basket and place an order, selecting the most convenient time for the order to be delivered.
  2. That’s when one of our 18,000 personal shoppers gets to work. Based on the delivery time, he or she will begin picking items, scanning them along the way to ensure an accurate and complete order. (By the way, we’ve given these associates special training to pick the best of the best for your order, especially when it comes to fresh meat and produce.)
  3. Finally, our team will request a delivery service to come to the store, pick up customers’ orders, and take them directly to their desired location.