The Missing Link in Online Grocery

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Nobody’s got time for long grocery store lines.

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Thankfully for busy consumers, several grocery innovations have sprung to life in recent years that make the shopping experience a little more painless.  But even these have their limitations.

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For all the convenience that grocery pickup services by Walmart, Kroger, Albertson’s and others provide in comparison to the status quo, they’re still operated manually – often forcing consumers to pick up their groceries in tight time slots and only end up waiting.  This, in turn, provides little lasting benefit to the grocers as well.

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The Myrmex unmanned grocery pickup system, on the other hand, makes grocery pickup as convenient as getting cash from an ATM.  Through a network of mobile robotic units, mini-loads, and roll cages, it wheels groceries right to the customer at a predetermined pickup point.

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No more waiting around and dealing with the human element.  With Myrmex, grocery orders are delivered seconds after customers arrive at the pickup point, 24 hours a day.  The units are even equipped with temperature-controlled rooms for chilled and frozen goods.

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Grocers themselves also stand to benefit from the Myrmex solution.  “Our system’s lowered operational expenses allow grocers to offer it as a

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