According to a recent posting and discussion on LinkedIn, supermarket chain Kroger is exploring driverless grocery delivery.
Kroger plans to partner with an electrical start-up Nuro to test delivering groceries without drivers in a pilot program later this year. Nuro’s first vehicle is designed to move goods, not people the write-up noted.
Certainly the trend among retailers has been to make online grocery shopping cheaper and easier. For example, Walmart recently partnered with Postmates to expand its online grocery delivery service.
Wonder what will be next?