Walmart is set to open a convenience store called Walmart To Go, according to a news release.
Walmart will open the new store after St. Patrick’s Day, in Bentonville, Arkansas.
This store is intended to provide customers with a “quick and easy solution for gas, snacks and beverages, as well as grocery staples like milk, bread and eggs,” the release stated.
“We know this type of convenience store is popular with customers,” Walmart spokesperson Deisha Barnett told The Northwest Arkansas Business Journal. “We’re excited about the opportunity to test a new store and learn.”
The store will also offer fresh foods, including deli items, fresh sandwiches, salads, pizza and more, according to the release.
She added, however, that the company has “no current plans to build additional stores like this.”
Walmart To Go will be located at 1300 S. Walton Blvd. Wal-Mart Stores currently operates approximately 3,100 Supercenter locations and about 250 Walmart Neighborhood Markets, along with the Walmart Express and Walmart on Campus outlets.