Newly renovated Walmart is designed to streamline the checkout process.
A Walmart in Teterboro, New Jersey, got a makeover this week, and a store in Farmingdale, New York, was also upgraded to help save customers time.
The refurbishment features transformations in several departments with an eye to enhancing the customer’s shopping experience.
New elements of the store include Walmart Pay, a touchless payment app, and an online grocery pickup service.
According to Forbes, shoppers will also find reconfigured layouts at stores with more convenient access to commonly shopped areas such as baby food, pets and paper goods.
“We are excited to offer our customers an enhanced and upgraded shopping experience that will help save them time and money,” said the New Jersey store manager.
“These renovations underscore our commitment to the communities we serve and we are proud of our employees whose job it is to look after our customers throughout the renovations.”
Both stores have added regular employee-operated lanes to streamline checkout.
The exterior and interior of the store have been repainted and new signage has been added to make it easier to navigate the store.
“We are excited to offer these store upgrades that will help our customers save time and money, and we think our customers will enjoy the changes, too,” said a New York store manager.
“These renovations underscore our commitment and dedication to providing customers with a great shopping experience when and how they want to shop.”
With these new locations focused on streamlining checkout, counselors warn shoppers should avoid self-checkout at stores like Walmart.
Sandra Barger, a counselor at Bridges Counseling LLC in Arizona, said using self-checkout at Walmart and other major chains could cost customers thousands in legal fees.
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Walmart leader Doug McMillon said while speaking at the World Economic Forum that he wants to help shoppers save money, putting more affordable and sustainable products on Walmart’s shelves is the company’s goal. said that it was the duty of