The grocery retailer Kroger announced plans to expand its e-business in its U.S. stores and online.
The company said it will also roll out grocery delivery in stores and on its online shopping platform.
Kroger said it is investing $20 million in its ecommerce business to expand the reach of its e commerce products.
Krober’s new ecommerce plan, which is expected to be fully implemented in 2018, will include more than 3,000 new online retailers, and an expanded online e-stores in stores.
Kroberg said its eCommerce business will be in more than 1,000 stores by 2020, and will also expand its grocery delivery business in the U.K. and China.
Krogers plans include a new online ecommerce platform, a mobile app, and other new services.
Krozestarts online grocery delivery service, which includes an app for mobile devices, is also expected to launch in 2018.
Kroenke said it would invest $20 billion in the company over the next five years, including $15 billion in stock and debt, to create an ecosystem that can grow the business.