Walmart and DoorDash are teaming up to help expand the retailer’s online grocery delivery service, beginning with the Atlanta metro area.
DoorDash and Walmart will broaden their work together in more markets in the coming months.
“We’re connecting all the parts of our business to create a shopping experience like no one else can. With the expansion of our online grocery delivery program, customers can have great items at every day low prices delivered to their door with the click of a button,” said Greg Foran, president and CEO, Walmart U.S.
DoorDash, along with Walmart’s team of personal shoppers, will bring delivery to customers in Atlanta. After orders have been placed online or on the Walmart grocery app, and selected by the personal shopper, a DoorDash “Dasher” retrieves the order from a Walmart store and delivers to the customer during their specified delivery window.
Groceries can be delivered to customers as soon as the same day. Walmart’s online grocery delivery carries a $9.95 fee and a $30 minimum order.
“Our work with Walmart marks DoorDash’s official launch beyond restaurant delivery,” said Christopher Payne, DoorDash’s chief operating officer, “We look forward to expanding across the country, enabling Walmart customers everywhere to spend more time doing the things they love.”