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7-Eleven tests delivery service app in Dallas

Seven & i Holdings Co. Ltd.'s U.S.-based subsidiary 7-Eleven Inc. said Dec. 13 that it started a trial run of its app, which offers on-demand ordering for delivery or in-store pickup, in Dallas.

The app, called 7-ElevenNOW, is being tested in 10 stores in the city and is expected to be made available across other U.S. locations in 2018.

Customers can have their orders delivered to their location, or they can pick up their items at their preferred 7-Eleven store.