Walmart’s Food-Delivery Challenges: Patchwork of Drivers, Tolls, Crowded Aisles
By Sarah Nassauer
Updated March 14, 2019 5:46 a.m. ET
Walmart Inc. was caught off guard after it began offering to deliver fresh groceries from a store in North Bergen, N.J., earlier this month, only to find orders flooding in from across the Hudson River.
Drivers from DoorDash Inc. balked at paying the usual $15 toll to cross into Manhattan, store workers said; one driver was offered $11 to make the trip. Some orders were never filled.
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