Walmart, the US based owner of Asda, is planning to compete against restaurant chains by offering prepared meals at its stores, Bloomberg reports.

By the end of the year 2,000 locations in the US will be offering such meals, with prices ranging from $8 to $10 each.

There is no indication whether Asda will also be offering prepared food.

The article quotes a Walmart executive as saying: “More than 80% of Americans don’t know what they will have for dinner tonight.”

Bloomberg reports Walmart is trying to “upgrade” its grocery business to ward off competition from Amazon, Aldi and meal-kit purveyor Blue Apron Holdings.