Disney will soon be offering a new kind of online shopping experience.
The company has teamed up with Cartoon Grocery Store in Truckee, Calif., to launch a “Cartoon Grocery” service.
That means the company is bringing its online shop to more grocery stores, which means more free shipping.
But it also means you can now buy from a cartoonish look at its store page.
“We know how important cartoon stores are for kids and families.
So we’re excited to offer a new way to shop,” said David Zaslav, vice president of marketing for Cartoon Groceries.
“Cartoons are our signature look, and we wanted to give kids and their families the best possible experience.”
The service will launch next month and will be available for Apple devices.
Disney will start with its own stores in its parks and resorts, and will eventually expand to other theme parks.
It also plans to offer the service to the likes of Walmart, Target and Home Depot.