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  1. Lindsey

    Did you ever have issues with the “upgraded” products having dairy in them and needing to switch? I just found out I might be starting a dairy free diet for my 2 month old.

    • ashleybbass

      Hey Lindsey!
      Yes, unfortunately a lot of the “good” stuff contains dairy and the associate choosing substitutions won’t know the difference. I do wish we could put notes about things like allergies on our grocery order. Maybe they’ll make that a feature one day! But the good news is that you get to approve every substitution prior to paying. If you can’t take an item (or don’t want to) they simply remove it from your bill. They started sending me an email that lists any subs or items out of stock when my order is ready, so I know in advance. When that happens I usually send my husband on a quick run to a different store on his way home from work to grab what we need. I still think it’s a whole lot easier! Have you taken a look at my dairy free breastfeeding series? Best of luck to you! You can do it!

  2. Melissa

    I was so eager to try this and of course the location near my work and the location near my house (different states) don’t offer it.

    • ashleybbass

      Melissa, I’m so sorry to hear the Walmart in your area doesn’t offer grocery pick up! Ugh. Maybe they will start offering it soon. Some other grocery stores have started doing a similar service. Try looking into it. It’s made a world of difference for me and my family! Best of luck!

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