Walmart said Thursday that it has entered into an agreement to supply grocery delivery services to select grocery stores.
The company has already agreed to provide food to select Whole Foods stores, as well as to carry grocery items from Whole Foods Market, its parent company.
Walmart will also offer its own delivery services, including delivery of groceries to Whole Foods and its other stores, to select Kroger and Sam’s Club stores.
Walmart has said it plans to offer the service to Whole Food Market, and to select Sam’s Clubs and Whole Foods grocery stores as well.
Walmarts grocery stores are expected to start receiving grocery items on a limited basis.
Walmart announced in September that it had begun selling groceries to grocery stores in New York, California and Connecticut.