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Ohio Target stores will now let you use drive-up, pick-up services for groceries

You can start picking up groceries at Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati area stores now. Target hopes to expand the service by the end of the year.

OHIO, USA — Ohio Target stores have expanded their pick-up and drive-up services to include groceries.

Target already lets shoppers pick up other items like office supplies and home essentials, but now will be able to use these services for more than 750 different grocery items like produce, dairy and meat. 

The service is already available at Target locations in the Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati areas. All orders are free, they don't require a membership, and there is no order minimum. Drive-up services are also completely contactless. 

While the expansion is only available at select stores in 11 states, including Ohio, Target says they hope to expand this service to more than 1,500 stores across the U.S. by the end of the year.

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