Walmart Canada launches grocery delivery service in Vancouver

Walmart Canada launches grocery delivery service in Vancouver

The retailer's new program offers next-day delivery to residents of Canada's third-largest city.

September 21, 2018

On Sept. 20, Walmart Canada announced the launch of sustainable grocery delivery for Metro Vancouver consumers in collaboration with Sustainable Produce Urban Delivery Inc. (SPUD)'s food delivery platform, Food-X Urban Delivery Inc. (Food-X). Metro Vancouver residents can now shop on or via the Walmart app and have their grocery orders delivered to their door by Food-X. Food-X helps Walmart with home delivery through shared warehousing and consolidation of orders.

"It's never been easier for customers to shop for fresh groceries – however and whenever they want," said Daryl Porter, vice president, omni-channel operations and online grocery, according to a press release. "Consumers are seeking out options to save time and money and Walmart is proud to offer more choices – including sustainable delivery."

Customers can shop at or via the Walmart app. When done, they simply pay by credit card a then select a delivery window and their order will be delivered by Food-X right to their door in reusable totes as early as the next day. Customers can fill their cart with fresh groceries, including Canadian No. 1 grade fruits and vegetables such as British Columbia-grown produce as well as an expanded selection of organic produce, Canadian beef, chicken and pork, dairy, baked goods, frozen foods and pantry items. They can also add health and beauty products, household supplies, pet food, baby food, diapers and lots more. All fresh groceries come with a 100 percent satisfaction, money-back guarantee.  Minimum order is $50 before taxes and delivery is $9.97.