COVID-19 : Alternative Grocery Stores You Can Get Your Groceries From

The soft lockdown in Singapore has forced many to stay home instead of eating out. But as a result, many are also scrambling to find places where they can stock up on their groceries. Thankfully with the myriad of alternatives available, you don’t need to worry about finding what you need. What’s more, with all the delivery options available, you don’t have to be physically present at a store, but do all your shopping from home!

Here is a list of shops that you can shop at besides the usual fare!

1. Redmart

Redmart is one of the biggest names in online grocery shopping, offering a wide selection of groceries and household essentials and home delivery at your convenience! In light of the COVID-19, Redmart has implemented new measures to improve logistics as well to ensure that more will have access to its’ quality products.

Redmart.com | Delivery Hours : 7am – 11pm

2. EAMart

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Living up to it’s reputation for being the most value-for-money online platform, EAMart is now offering a bout of offers and sales in this period. As of now, prices have been lowered and there is no cap on the amount of groceries you can purchase, and they are offering free delivery (minimum spend of $60) with the code SHOPNOW.

EAMart.com | Delivery Hours : 7am – 10pm (Daily)

3. Farmer’s Market

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Farmer’s Market is an Australian mart founded in 2016 with the aim of bringing restaurant-quality products to the retail market at affordable prices. If you want to find high quality and affordable produce to cook up a feast at home, Farmer’s Market is the place to go!

FarmersMarket.com.sgDelivery Hours : 1pm – 5pm (Mon – Fri)

4. Ryan’s Grocery

Ryan’s Grocery is Singapore’s premium alternative gourmet, organic specialty foods store. You can also find a wide selection of gluten-, allergen- and preservative-free foods that you may not normally be able to find in conventional supermarkets.

Moreover, in support of World Autism Awareness Month, Ryan’s Grocery has been donating 10% of its’ sales towards Rainbow Centre’s building fund. Additionally, select paintings from the Centre’s students will be showcased in Ryan’s Grocery at Great World City. You are also able to purchase these beautiful paintings by contacting Rainbow Centre.

RyansGrocery.com | Delivery Hours : Subject to availability ( Mon – Sat) | Self-Collection (orders below $100) at their listed shopfronts

 


Images: RedMart, EAMart, Farmer’s Market Singapore, Ryan’s Grocery

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