Starting Wednesday, Tom Thumb and Albertson’s grocery delivery trucks likely will become a frequent site on Dallas-Fort Worth area roads, as the two popular supermarkets announced they will launch home delivery throughout the region.
Starting Wednesday, Tom Thumb and Albertson’s grocery delivery trucks likely will become a frequent site on Dallas-Fort Worth area roads, as the two popular supermarkets announced they will launch home delivery throughout the region. Photo courtesy of Tom Thumb
Starting Wednesday, Tom Thumb and Albertson’s grocery delivery trucks likely will become a frequent site on Dallas-Fort Worth area roads, as the two popular supermarkets announced they will launch home delivery throughout the region. Photo courtesy of Tom Thumb

Tom Thumb, Albertsons launch home grocery delivery service

October 19, 2016 6:00 AM

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