Online shopping has taken over Malaysia in the last decade or so. Now, you can do so much more like buying your groceries online and having them sent right to your doorstep with these delivery services in KL.
As of tomorrow (Wednesday, 18th March 2020), Malaysia will go into the Restricted Movement Order. While not necessarily a full lockdown of the country, travelling in and out of the country is not allowed and everyone is encouraged to practice social distancing. The past few days on social media have been a toxic wasteland, showcasing empty supermarkets.
With more and more people giving in to panic buying, we’re here to tell you to put that pack of toilet paper down. Instead of buying out the supermarket and hoarding food for months, it’s better to buy within your means so the elderly and less fortunate will have a chance to get through this as well. If you’re already set with groceries, be sure to check out these food delivery services that will make your life so much easier.
Thankfully, supermarkets and convenience stores will still be open, which gives everyone a chance at stocking up on supplies. To do so, just head on over to any of these online groceries that provide delivery services. If it doesn’t provide, fret not as there are other third-party apps who will happily help.
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For all your artisanal grocery needs, look no further than the Marks & Spencer ‘Grocery Boxes’ with enough essential items during these arduous times. There are six different M&S ‘Grocery Boxes’ and each set is filled with a great range of healthy and quality M&S staple products. This includes pasta ingredients to even breakfast meals. Click on the link below to find out how you can get your hands on them.
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A popular household name, Jaya Grocer is one of the better supermarket chains in the Klang Valley. What’s great about Jaya Grocer is that you can purchase all your groceries online. What’s more, Jaya Grocer can even have them delivered to your doorstep. The delivery fee will be free if you spend above RM300 on a single receipt. If the site can’t be reached, check out the smartphone app that is available on both iOS and Android.
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The global British-supermarket chain is known for carrying an extensive array of products, which means shopping online just got so much better. Once you’ve confirmed your order, Tesco’s very own trained personal shoppers will handpick the freshest produce just for you. They will also choose items that come with the longest sell-by dates. Tesco delivers throughout Klang Valley as well as other states around Malaysia. Aside from their website, you can also try the smartphone app on iOS and Android.
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Mydin is the largest of all the supermarket chains in Malaysia with over 70 outlets across the nation. Aside from its self pick-up services or lockers, Mydin also offers deliveries straight to your doorstep. Unfortunately, its delivery areas only cover certain parts of Klang Valley. To check on whether your address is eligible, check out Mydin’s website for more information. You can also download their smartphone app on the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store.
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While Malaysia has plenty of supermarkets and hypermarkets already, not all provide a delivery service. That’s where the likes of HappyFresh comes in as your very own personal shopper. You can select and choose groceries from the stores within your area. HappyFresh maintains that its personal shopper will have your goods before the hour is up, ensuring you get it when it’s still fresh.
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What started out as an online grocery shopping company in 2010 has since grown into a full-fledged service provider to many in and out of the Klang Valley. Redtick offers a great and easy-to-use website while ensuring your order arrives in a timely fashion. Redtick also offers free deliveries with orders over RM150. If you’re not from the Klang Valley, there is also a Redtick Plus. However, be sure to note that Redtick Plus only delivers dry food as well as health and beauty items only.
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MyGroser offers a very different experience as opposed to many other independent, digital, online groceries. It has its own physical store with full-time, trained employees that will pick the products you bought, pack, and have them shipped to your doorstep safe and sound. A popular selling point of MyGroser is it’s Ready to Cook’ section. It offers both Asian and Continental meal kits for you to start cooking immediately without having to do anything else.
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If you’re looking for something more organic and locally grown, be sure to check out TM Farms. Its produces are grown in Bukit Tinggi, Pahang with weekly box deliveries. TM Farms operates on a different payment scheme — a one-time fee of RM20 is needed for a recycled cardboard box that will be used for your first and future deliveries. Produces are delivered on a weekly basis to most areas in Klang Valley.
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With organic food being more and more widely accepted these days, Signature Market should be your go-to delivery service for organic groceries. Signature Market also ensures you get a fair price on its organic foods as it deals directly with its manufacturer. This ensures that you can still eat healthy without having to fork over your savings. If you spend over RM100 on a single receipt, you will get your delivery for free.
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