Grocery delivery has now become the norm but what about taking it a step further?

Walmart announced that they are now going to expand their delivery service to InHome Delivery meaning someone will personally unload the groceries and put them in your fridge when you aren't home.

According to the news release, the way it works is that after a customer places their grocery order, and chooses a delivery date, will use smart entry technology and a proprietary, wearable camera to access the customer’s home

Then you, as the customer, can allow access and watch the person place the deliveries.

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Walmart says they will train these individuals on how to properly enter someone's home and how to place and organize groceries in the most efficient way possible.

InHome will launch this fall in three markets to start off with: Kansas City, Missouri; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; and Vero Beach, Florida.

So how would you feel about a stranger walking into your home to put food in your fridge? Even though you get to watch the whole thing happen, it's still a little too invasive for me. Not to mention, I'm super picky about the way I like things in my house so I'm gonna have to go with a hard pass on this one.


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