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Walmart invites Canadian food, beverage sellers to expand stateside via its online marketplace

The retailer is focused on growing its e-commerce marketplaces in the U.S. and Canada

Walmart is recruiting Canada-based sellers to join its flagship U.S. Marketplace, which currently attracts some 120 million shoppers each month. 

Food and beverage sellers are invited to apply as long as the products are non-alcoholic, shelf stable and comply with the Prohibited Products Policy and any applicable local, state, and federal laws and regulations.

Entrepreneurs and e-commerce sellers interested can sign up for the Virtual Walmart Global Seller Summit - Canada, taking place Sept. 8. 

The webinar will feature practical sessions hosted by Walmart executives and cross-border payments provider Payoneer. Attendees will learn about onboarding, fulfillment, targeted promotions, integrated financial services and other topics.

"Building e-commerce marketplaces that both customers and sellers trust has been a priority for Walmart for years. Whether you are an experienced Walmart seller or new to the Walmart family, we want to help you succeed on our U.S. and Canadian marketplaces," Darren Carithers, senior vice president of Marketplace development for Walmart International, said in a statement. 

Among the tools available to help sellers streamline cross-border operations is Walmart Fulfillment Services, which allows Canadian sellers to use the company’s U.S. supply chain expertise and infrastructure to offer delivery across the contiguous U.S. in one to two days. 

Sellers can also use the Walmart Connect media platform to run advertising and marketing campaigns and access Seller Center tools that help them speed up processes, identify growth opportunities and optimize their catalog and listings.

Those interested can apply via Walmart’s Seller Center.

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