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CHICAGO, IL - JANUARY 11: A sign hangs outside Walmart store on January 11, 2018 in Chicago, Illinois. Walmart announced today it would use savings from the recently revised tax law to increase their starting wage to $11-per-hour, offer some hourly employees a one-time bonus up to $1000, expand maternity and parental leave benefits and will begin to offer adoption assistance. The company also disclosed today that it would be closing 63 of its Sam's Club stores across the US, costing thousands of workers their jobs. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Walmart is now sending employees to deliver fresh groceries and even place them in your refrigerator when you’re not home in select cities.

This service offering is coming this fall to Pittsburgh, Kansas City, and Vero Beach. Amazon has a similar service in certain cities. They’ll drop off packages inside homes, garages or car trunks. But the Amazon delivery service is not for groceries. With Walmart, here’s how it works: you order online, select your delivery day, and go home to a stocked fridge. Walmart workers will wear a camera when they access customers’ homes so customers can watch the delivery remotely.

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