Grab has announced the launch of GrabSupermarket in Singapore today (May 29), as part of a strategic expansion of GrabMart, Grab’s on-demand daily product delivery service.
Grab will partner with HAO, one of the fastest growing supermarket chains in Singapore.
For starters, GrabSupermarket will host more than 5,000 unique HAO Mart products covering the categories of meat and poultry, vegetables, frozen foods, dried and instant foods, dairy products, condiments, snacks, beverages and non-food commodities.
This will expand to more than 10,000 unique products over the coming weeks. With GrabSupermarket, consumers can choose from a wider range of products and pay a shipping commission.
This partnership aims to satisfy a fast-growing consumer market that enjoys the speed and convenience of online grocery shopping.
“Over time, we aspire to further expand the selection available at GrabSupermarket and offer more essential items, as well as exclusive, premium products from our GrabMart partner merchants. We are excited to partner with HAO on this exciting journey to offer even more convenience and choice to Grab consumers, ”said Xinwei Ngiam, Grab Singapore’s general manager of deliveries.
In addition, Grab will also bring highly sought after store products from GrabMart to GrabSupermarket to offer consumers more variety and will also offer today’s GrabMart merchants more channels to reach consumers.
Order at Grab supermarket
Grab consumers can access GrabSupermarket using the GrabMart feature. Then choose the items you want to buy and order before 6pm to have them delivered the next day.
Shipping time slots are available between 5pm and 9pm daily, in 30-minute windows.
GrabSupermarket is currently available for next day delivery across the island at a fixed price of S $ 4.99 per order, with a minimum basket value of S $ 20.
Consumers can enjoy a free delivery for orders of € 50 or more. Grab is offering a 30% discount on GrabSupermarket purchases with a minimum spend of $ 25S from now until June 10 using code FRESH30.
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