Imagine if you didn't have to go the grocery at all to shop. No, not just a "you pick it up" list service, the store will come to your neighborhood. Kroger in Louisville is hoping to make a mobile grocery service happen by the end of the year. 

The main goal of the service to provide residents with access to fresh food, such as fruits and vegetables, which they may not able to get at the store they normally shop at. Getting healthier foods to neighborhoods is also a huge goal of the service.

In Milwaukee, they already have a such a service, take a look:

Louisville will be the first market outside of Milwaukee to try and replicate the Wisconsin service's success.

So, would you like to see this happen in your city/state?



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