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New things in store: Traditional grocers offer pickup and delivery options

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Bell Isle Walmart trainer Kevin Early teaches a class to employees Lloyd Sanders, Andrew Holman, Regina Aguinaga and Cynthia Serbin in Oklahoma City in 2018. Walmart continues to implement technology in its grocery business. [Oklahoman Archives]
Bell Isle Walmart trainer Kevin Early teaches a class to employees Lloyd Sanders, Andrew Holman, Regina Aguinaga and Cynthia Serbin in Oklahoma City in 2018. Walmart continues to implement technology in its grocery business. [Oklahoman Archives]
Grocery shopping has gone relatively unchanged for decades, but that is changing. Traditional grocers are offering pickup and delivery options, and many patrons across the country are skipping the store altogether in favor of online ordering and meal-kit delivery services. Oklahomans are no different. Options abound for grocery shoppers in...
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