Welcome to the future, courtesy of an expansion of Kroger delivery options that will soon include packages dropped off via drone.
Kroger has announced that this spring, it will pilot a drone delivery program that calls for using drones to ferry products from a test store in Centerville, Ohio, to customer residences, with the products including items such as over-the-counter medicines, baby supplies, and assorted other sundries that weight up to roughly five pounds. There's already a website for this Kroger Drone Delivery service, and it informs visitors that: "Kroger Drone Delivery is an innovative pilot service that will deliver groceries to customers by drones flown by certified drone pilots under FAA approval." Kroger says it has partnered with Drone Express for this pilot program, which will "initially launch this pilot from a store in its Cincinnati/Dayton Division in Spring of 2021."Today's Top Deal
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This big grocery chain is about to start delivering some orders with drones originally appeared on BGR.com on Mon, 3 May 2021 at 22:10:09 EDT.