Walmart is adding fuel to its investment in the $5 billion meal kit market, announcing the roll out its meal kit service to more than 2,000 stores in 2018. The meal kits also will be sold online via Walmart’s grocery pickup service.

The meal kits, currently sold in more than 250 Walmart stores, are designed to serve two people and range in price from $8 to $15. The product was developed and tested in the retailer’s Culinary and Innovation Center and is produced and assembled fresh in-store daily. The kits are offered in three categories: pre-portioned meal kits, rotisserie chicken meals, and one-step meals.

Walmart’s push aligns with the efforts by traditional grocers, big box retailers and Amazon to move more aggressively into the meal-kit industry. Albertsons acquired meal kit service Plated