The supermarket giant is preparing to rollout its 30-minute drone deliveries to new states by the end of the year

Walmart – the mega supermarket chain – has announced plans to rollout its drone delivery service to six states by the end of the year, enabling consumers to get their shopping in 30 minutes in some cases. 

The company will be building on its partnership with DroneUp to expand its delivery network, making it available from 34 Walmart sites by the end of 2022, enabling the service to reach up to 4 million households in Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Texas, Utah and Viriginia. 


In its press release, the company states that this will enable the ability to deliver over a million packages in a year. 

Shoppers will be able to place orders for DroneUp delivery between 8am and 8pm every day, and receive their goods direct to the homes via drone, with “tens of thousands of eligible items” available for this…