Select Target locations are slated to offer on-the-go food options in addition to its Starbucks and McDonald's cafes, letting shoppers avoid lines and check out quickly at self-service kiosks

American mega-retailer Target is experimenting with a grab-and-go concept at certain stores. Called Snack Bar, the service is already available at a Minneapolis location.

The fully automated self-service kiosk will offer food from Pizza Hut and ICEE as well as salads, popcorn and a selection of quick snacks. This shopping experience is designed for efficiency and speed, letting customers check out with a quick scan at kiosks. These locations will be separate from the in-store Starbucks cafes that are already a common fixture in so many Target locations.

The Snack Bar will also feature many of customers' favorite items from the original Target food court area, which have recently either been replaced by or been blended with in-store Starbucks. So far, the Snack Bar has received positive feedback in the Minneapolis market.

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American mega-retailer Target is experimenting with a grab-and-go concept at certain stores. Called Snack Bar, the service is already available at a Minneapolis location.

The fully automated self-service kiosk will offer food from Pizza Hut and ICEE as well as salads, popcorn and a selection of quick snacks. This shopping experience is designed for efficiency and speed, letting customers check out with a quick scan at kiosks. These locations will be separate from the in-store Starbucks cafes that are already a common fixture in so many Target locations.