Target is boosting its pickup and drive-up capabilities as consumers in the United States continue to seek contactless shopping methods during the coronavirus pandemic. The company on Tuesday announced that it has added more than 750 fresh and frozen grocery items to its existing pickup and delivery program. Orders are typically available within a few hours, and there's no minimum order required for free pickup. For drive-up, the experience is completely contactless as the delivery agents load the groceries directly into the car in less than two minutes.
With the new expansion of grocery items, the company ensures that the consumers can get everything they need, using the fast and convenient services. The service is currently available in 400 stores with an aim to increase it to 1,500 stores across U.S by the end of year.
Source: Target PR