meal kits in all of its stores that is priced under Blue Apron designed to serve two people.  It was reported that Walmart is now looking at entering the subscription-video space, hoping to compete with Netflix and Amazon. They have enlisted the help of former Epix CEO, Mark Greenberg, to help develop a low-cost subscription video-streaming service.  In September 2018, Walmart partnered with comedian and talk show host Ellen DeGeneres to launch a new brand of women's apparel and accessories called EV1.  On February 26, 2019, Walmart announced that it had acquired Tel Aviv-based product review start- up Aspectiva for an undisclosed sum.  In May 2019, Walmart announced the launch of free one-day shipping on more than 220,000 items with minimum purchase amount of $35.  The initiative first launched in Las Vegas and the Phoenix area.  In September 2019, Walmart made the announcement that it would cease the sale of all e-cigarettes due to "regulatory complexity and uncertainty" over the products. Earlier in 2019, Walmart stopped selling fruit-flavored e-cigarette and had raised the minimum age to 21 for the purchase of products containing tobacco.  That same month, Walmart opened its first Health Center, a "medical mall" where customers can purchase primary care services, such as: vision tests, dental exams and root canals, lab work, X-rays and EKGs, counseling, and fitness and diet classes. Prices without insurance were listed, for instance, at $30 for an annual physical and $45 for a counseling session.  As of October 2019, Walmart stopped selling all live fish and aquatic plants.  Operating divisions [ edit ] Walmart international locations (former locations in red) See also: List of assets owned by Walmart Map of Walmart stores in the U.S., as of August 2010 Walmart's operations are organized into four divisions: Walmart U.S., Walmart International, Sam's Club and Global eCommerce.  The company offers various retail formats throughout these divisions, including supercenters, supermarkets, hypermarkets, warehouse clubs, cash-and-carry
stores, home improvement, specialty electronics, restaurants, apparel stores, drugstores, convenience stores, and digital retail.  Walmart U.S. [ edit ] Walmart U.S. is the company's largest division, accounting for US$331.666 billion, or 65 percent of total sales, for fiscal 2019.   It consists of three retail formats that have become commonplace in the United States: Supercenters , Discount Stores , Neighborhood Markets , and other small formats. The discount stores sell a variety of mostly non-grocery products, though emphasis has now shifted towards supercenters, which include more groceries. As of October 31, 2019, there are a total of 4,759 Walmart U.S. stores.   In the United States, 90 percent of the population resides within 10 miles of a Walmart store.  The total number of Walmart U.S. and Sam's Club combined is 5,358.   The president and CEO of Walmart U.S. is John Furner.
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