How Walmart is taking baby pigging and baby stores to the next level

Baby pigging is becoming a big business, and one that Walmart is now making its own.

In a recent article on Business Insider, Walmart CEO Doug McMillon made the bold claim that the company has more than $300 million in pig-related merchandise.

While the company did not specify what the merchandise is, it did offer a number of interesting statistics to back it up.

According to the Walmart’s website, Walmart has more pig merchandise than the top 100 US retailers combined.

The company has been working hard to improve the quality of its pig products over the past several years, and has recently introduced a new line of pig-friendly products called Piggyback.

The company also claims to have more than 4,500 employees who make pig products and accessories for Walmart stores.

The number of employees in these roles, however, is likely to be far less than the number of salespeople, according to the company.

To be clear, it is important to note that Walmart has been busy expanding its pig business.

As part of the company’s $3.3 billion purchase of Whole Foods last year, the retailer added a new division of Piggy Back that provides pig products to Walmart stores across the US.

In the first quarter of 2017, Walmart reported that it had a net profit of $6.8 billion.

It reported a loss of $3 billion for the quarter, but Walmart itself saw an improvement in its profit from the previous year.

Walmart’s net profit for the same quarter was $3,567 million.