BENTONVILLE, Ark. —  Walmart to Go officially opened on March 15, after a year of interest about Walmart entering the convenience store market, according to              

The store is being described as a “hybrid format — part traditional convenience store, part grocery, part quick-serve restaurant,” according to the article.

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It includes a frozen drink station, with milkshakes and a full coffee bar.

Currently, the store is viewed as a test concept. “We’re not planning any more across the country,” said Deisha Barnett, a Walmart spokesperson.

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