According to a 2018 Deutsche Bank report, after Amazon, Kroger and Walmart lead the pack when it comes to online grocery shopping. Business Insider says that both retailers are strategizing ways to attract more online customers, wile also creating a better experience for brick and mortar shoppers. Walmart, which services over 2100 stores is thinking of using robots and automation to help fulfill orders.

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