If you’re a foodie, you have to try this time-saving grocery hack

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A foodie doesn’t just like food, they love it. They like to cook, taste, savor, probably take a picture — and they appreciate the entire dining experience. If you identify as a foodie, there’s one time-saving grocery hack you have to try so you can spend less time at the store and more time enjoying your meal. 

The hack: Shop for groceries at Walmart right from your Yahoo Mail inbox, and take advantage of the retailer’s free pickup and fast delivery services. 

If you don’t have a Yahoo Mail account, you should sign up right now. But if you’re already a Yahoo Mail user, give it a try. Once you’re signed in, you’ll see a Walmart banner at the top of your email inbox. Click it and search for anything you need, from produce to freshly baked goods to kitchen gadgets. If you’re not quite ready to checkout, you can gradually add things to your cart over time and place your order when you’re ready. Yahoo email users also get personalized grocery suggestions based on their profiles. 

Not only will multitasking — checking emails and shopping at the same time — save you time, but Walmart also offers free curbside pickup and fast delivery. If you place your order by 3 p.m., you can schedule to pick up your groceries as soon as same-day. If you prefer to not leave your house (and seriously, who can blame you?), you can also schedule to have your groceries delivered as soon as same-day or at another time that’s most convenient for you.

This has to be the fastest way to get your grocery shopping done. The time you’d normally spend wandering the aisles and waiting in the checkout line, you can now spend watching recipe videos on YouTube and scrolling through your favorite foodstagrams. 

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