Is the Walmart ‘Express’ derailing?

Is the Walmart ‘Express’ derailing?

With rollouts slowing a trickle and no plans for further experimentation beyond this year, the small-box concept formerly known as Walmart Express could be making its final runs.

The slowdown of the 12,000-to-16,000-square-foot format, which late last year dropped the “Express” moniker and adopted the banner of its larger sibling, Walmart Neighborhood Market, would appear to be a mixed blessing for competitors in the dollar-store and small discount space, as well as grocers in s

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