Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (WMT) is set to offer customers the opportunity to have their groceries delivered, unpacked and, when necessary, stored in their home's fridge and freezer while they are at work or busy doing other things.

The new service, which is currently being tested in the Silicon Valley area, will only be made available to owners of August smart home lock devices who order groceries online, the company said in a blog post. Customers can use the August device to enable delivery drivers from Deliv — a startup service that Wal-Mart subsidiary Sam’s Club began testing last year — one-time access to their homes.

When inside, the Deliv driver will organize the groceries, placing refrigerated and frozen products. Wal-Mart customers can monitor the entire process with their August smart home device, starting with a notification message before the driver arrives.

“Think about that — someone else does the shopping for you AND puts it all away,” said Sloan Eddleston, vice president of Wal-Mart’s ecommerce strategy & business operations, in the blog post. "Clearly this adds more convenience to the day-to-day, but it makes the unexpected easier, too. In the future, you could order on Walmart.com and start cooking minutes after you walk through the door.”

The retail giant didn’t say how long the test will last, or specify in which cities they plan to expand the service. The blog post also didn’t mention how much the delivery service would cost, but did note that the experiment will focus on pricing. That suggests that the testing phase in Silicon Valley will enable the company to establish the costs of its new venture and better understand how much customers are willing to pay for the extra convenience. (See also: Costco, Not Amazon, Has the Lowest Prices: BMO.)

Wal-Mart has announced several new ventures in a bid to claw back market share from Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN). Other services recently introduced to make life easier for shoppers include a membership-free, two-day shipping program, curbside grocery pickups and a delivery partnership with Uber Technologies Inc. (See also: Wal-Mart ‘Under Siege’ by Amazon, Aldi: Cowen.)

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