Walmart: P3 Snacks, International Snack Box, and International Snacking Guide
The grocery store chain has launched a new line of products to target those who have limited food options in the US.
P3 is a new online marketplace for food and food accessories that Walmart hopes will be a more convenient way to shop for snacks.
The new line is available in grocery stores, convenience stores and online, with products like frozen puddings and instant pudders priced at $0.25 and $0 and $1.50.
Panties are also now available in the online pantry, with prices starting at $1 and $2.
The online pantries will be available in select stores including Wal-Mart, Target, Walmart Supercenter and Sam’s Club starting this week, according to Wal-mart.com.
The pantry features over 60 different snacks from a wide range of brands, and they are available for $1-$5.
Customers can now order from the online online pantrys with their own name and photo.
Customers can also create and customize a shopping list from over 150 products.
Customs officials say the pantry is the latest initiative in the company’s push to target people who don’t have the means to buy a grocery store product.
A spokesperson for Wal-Marts CEO Doug McMillon said in a statement that “we are committed to helping our customers who cannot afford to buy at a grocery or drug store.”
Customers who order online from the pantries can add items from their shopping list, and Wal-marts will send the items to the customer’s home or mobile device, McMillon added.
Customer feedback on the pantrys will help determine whether or not it’s worth it to add a product from the Pantry.
Pantry orders are limited, and shoppers can choose to pay $0 or $1 for each item in their shopping cart.
The Pantry also has a “special” feature that lets customers select their pantry items from the list of products.
Wal-Mart has said it wants to reach a market that currently buys a third of its food from stores.
It has also made it easy for people who want to buy their own groceries, such as with a “quick delivery” service.
Pantry deliveries will be limited to two items per order, and customers will be charged for each delivery.