Important Changes at Walmart Announced

Bryan Dijkhuizen

Over the last several months, Walmart has undergone a continuous stream of adjustments.
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According to Wikipedia, Walmart is an American supermarket chain. The company was founded by Sam Walton in 1962 and was listed on the New York Stock Exchange in 1972.

Walmart is headquartered in Bentonville, Arkansas. With 2.3 million employees in 2020, it is one of the largest private employers in the world.

Big Changes at Walmart

Over the course of the last several months, Walmart has undergone a continuous stream of adjustments. The company has recently made the announcement that it will be shifting away from its big-box approach and creating smaller outlets instead.

Other modifications have been performed that will have a direct effect on Walmart's client base.

These modifications include the addition of augmented reality elements to the Walmart app as well as enhanced internet search capabilities for Spanish speakers.

You may do it the traditional way, by heading down the aisles with your list and a shopping cart, or you can do it the modern way, by filling up a virtual shopping cart online and having products mailed to your door or food delivered straight to your refrigerator. Either way, you have options.

If you prefer to do your shopping online, you will be happy to find that there is now a larger selection available for you to pick from.

When you go shopping on, you'll see that there's a new area called Walmart Restored, which was announced in a blog post written by Michael Mosser, the general manager of Walmart Marketplace.


At this time, Walmart Restored is only accessible online; however, the business has far more ambitious intentions for the concept.

Walmart did not specify which stores would be offering the ability to browse refurbished products in person. However, if you are in the market for new technology or appliances — or if you are looking for a more environmentally responsible purchasing option — you can browse the existing product assortment online right now.

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