Kroger’s Houston division is offering area shoppers access to 40,000 products that can be ordered online via its ClickList service and picked up curb-side at its Baytown, Cypress, Galveston and Tomball stores.
Kroger will wave the $4.95 service charge for the customer’s first three orders.
Eighteen additional Houston-area stores will begin offering the service by this fall.
Nationally, Cincinnati-based Kroger has been testing online shopping and collecting feedback about the service since November 2014.
"Feedback from our customers, and other regions, who tested ClickList was overwhelmingly positive and very useful in helping us make changes and improvements before we introduced the service locally," said Bill Breetz, president of the Kroger Houston division, in a statement. "We know today's customers are continuously looking for ways to increase their productivity yet simplify their lives. We are certain this online shopping service will offer young families, seniors, disabled customers and other shoppers an easier and more convenient way to grocery shop."
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