PITTSBURGH (Newsradio 1020 KDKA) - Groceries delivered right to your fridge, available today.
Walmart is making the service available in three cities, including Pittsburgh.
Eligible customers can pay $50 for installation of a smart lock device that corresponds to a body camera worn by delivery drivers.
That device will not unlock until the camera is turned on and live-streaming to customers’ phones.
The service is a first, and costs $20 a month. Amazon started in-home delivery pf packages, but not groceries.
Several stores and services in the Pittsburgh area offer grocery pickup or delivery to your door.