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5 Online Grocery Stores You Can Turn To When You're Too Busy to Do It YourselfOnline grocery stores are setting up shop in the Philippines, and we're keeping our fingers crossed they will deliver as promised.by SmartParenting Staff .
Technology can be a godsend when you're on a time-crunch. A great example: online grocery shopping and delivery in the Philippines. Not only will it save you a lot of time — imagine avoiding heavy traffic, looking for parking, and the lines at the supermarket — it will also save your sanity and enable you to do other more important activities with your loved ones.
5 online grocery shopping and delivery services in the Philippines
Shopping for groceries online has become easier over the years. Just fill your virtual cart, pay and wait for it to be delivered, all in the comfort of your own home. At least, that's what they're promising (keeping our fingers crossed!). Check out the following the next time your pantry runs low.
1. MetroMartADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
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What they offer: The newest kid on the block offers customers the chance to shop at SM Supermarket with a click of a mouse, the only online grocery store do so. Their other partners also include Pet Express, Ralph's Wine and Spirits, Cupcakes by Sonja and Deli to name a few, which basically covers all your grocery items plus a few extras you might want.
Take note: Their products are priced the same as in-stores!
Delivery specifics: They guarantee to deliver your order in 90 minutes, a bold promise. Your first order is free of delivery charge. After that, delivery fee is P40 per store. No minumum order required.
How to shop: You can place an order via their site or their mobile app. Payment is through cash on delivery.
2. Walter Mart Grocery Delivery
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What they offer: If you’re a regular at Walter Mart, you don't have to leave the house to do so with its online grocery delivery service. The prices are the same as in-store.
Take note: They cater to Makati, Taguig, Pasig, San Juan, Mandaluyong, Manila, Pasay and Quezon City.
Delivery specifics: All orders placed before 3 p.m. will be delivered on the same day. They have a minimum order of P2,000, and delivery fee depends on your stated delivery address.
How to shop: Go to the website. Payment made is via credit or debit card, cash on delivery and swipe on delivery.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
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3. The Green Grocer
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What they offer: As its name suggests, they fresh and organic grocery items like artisan bread, fresh produce, top quality meats, deli stuff, kitchen essentials, and a couple baby brands, too. One of our favorite things is they offer in-season vegetables called the “Organic Fresh Harvest, Family Box.”
Take note: Make sure someone is at home to accept the delivery because they only have a 15-minute wait time--they say it’s to ensure the freshness of your items--before the delivery guy moves on to his next stop.
Delivery specifics: They only deliver on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Their minimum order requirement and delivery charge depend on where you live. You can also pick up your order at their Ortigas office.
How to shop: Go to their website. Payment is through cash on delivery, bank deposits or via PayPal.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
4. Down to Earth
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What they offer: Their products are biodynamic, sustainable and from local farms. They sell meat, dairy products, vegetables, herbs, sauces, jams, rice, coffee, and packed food like eggs and sardines.
Delivery specifics: They take orders on Mondays and Tuesdays and deliver Wednesday to Friday. Their minimum requirement for orders is P1,000. You can also opt to pick up your order at their Makati office.
How to shop: Go to the website. Payment is through credit card, bank deposit, via PayPal or upon delivery.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
5. Happy Fresh
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What they offer: This one hasn’t actually arrived yet, but we're keen to try it because in other countries where it's already available (Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Taiwan), it has a "wet market" and provides the services of a personal shopper.
Delivery specifics: Abroad, HappyFresh guarantees a one-hour delivery right to your doorstep. With Manila traffic, we're actually nervous for them! Intitially, the delivery services will be available in Metro Manila but they already have plans to expand to the Greater Metro Manila area.
How to shop: Orders can be made through their site or their mobile app and payment is made via credit card or cash.
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