Target Corp. has launched a pilot program that will deliver groceries ordered online to the customer's home in two hours or less. Customers can also purchase some household, health and beauty, pet and baby products as part of the program. The service is provided through a partnership with the on-demand grocery service Instacart. Shoppers can use that app or the Instacart.com website to shop. For now, the program is only available in some Minneapolis neighborhoods and some western suburbs. Target says it's considering plans to expand. Target stock opened Tuesday at $77.15.
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