The future of lifestyle is all online.

Shopping for clothes online and getting your meals delivered is the most basic of online shopping, so it should come as no surprise that online grocery shopping is gaining foothold amongst the busy crowd here.

With a click of a button, the mundane chore of weaving through the crowd and lugging the items home will instantly disappear. Whether you’re looking to meal prep or just have a little convenience in your life, we’ve put together a list of online grocers in Singapore for all your cooking needs.

Avo and Co

Avo and Co is a great place for those always looking to buy what’s fresh and in season. Here, they pack a box of fruit and vegetables for customers weekly, and thoughtfully included some recipe cards to serve as inspiration as ideas too. Add-ons are available as options for those who require them, from fresh seafood to sausages to necessities like coffee.

Little Farms

Little Farms is a home-grown grocer that sources only the freshest ingredients from independent suppliers and farmers in Australia, Europe and elsewhere around the world. They offer free same-day delivery island-wide (order by 11am), great for those who end up rushing for last-minute items. This is not your average grocer: find anything from charcuterie and pates to meat alternatives and fresh sourdough bread for an fancy dinner night in.


RedMart needs no introduction. After it was bought by Lazada in 2018, it has been making its way in homes across the island, best known for their affordable prices and wide range of groceries. Regulars don’t only come here to get their staples like meat and vegetables, they also come here to grab other household supplies like cleaning tools and kitchenware

Gluten Free SG

For all our gluten-free friends, head over to Gluten Free SG for all your grocery needs. From gluten-free pasta to heatable rice packs, it’s truly a one-stop-shop for anyone with a gluten allergy. There is a minimum order of S$50 and is easily attainable if you order weekly, and delivery is free above S$100.

Sasha’s Fine Foods

Sasha’s Fine Foods has a wonderful, fully personalised grocery subscription service that allows you to automate all your necessities every two weeks. Products here are personally sourced by the company’s founder, ensuring that everything is free from antibiotics, additives and growth hormones. Unlike many other delivery services, Sasha’s Fine Foods has its own fleet of delivery trucks and drivers for smooth delivery from start to finish. Same-day delivery and Next-day delivery is also available for last-minute shoppers too.

Farmer’s Market

Looking for some fresh meat? Head to Farmer’s Market, stocked full with premium farm-fresh Australian meat products. Beef products like wagyu, flanks, and tenderloins come from 100 percent grass-fed beef from the coast of Australia, and every product on their list is free-range, free from hormones and antibiotics. As for salmon, available fresh only on Thursdays and Fridays, they come from the deep waters of Marlborough’s pristine Pelorus and Queen Charlotte Sounds, famed for the highest standards for sustainability.

Ryan’s Grocery

Ryan’s Grocery is a one-stop grocer that caters to those with discerning palates and those who require products for their special dietary requirements. Apart from a brick-and-mortar shop, online orders are available too, with free delivery above S$100. Meat, seafood and perishables like fruits and veggies are can be purchased alongside snacks and canned items. They also have an entire section dedicated to vegans, stocking up everything from vegan meatballs to soy margarine.

The Alaska Guys

From smoked salmon to wild Alaskan kind crabs, as long as you’re looking for 100 percent wild-caught, sustainable Alaskan seafood, The Alaska Guys are the online grocer for you. Thick, top-quality slices are the norm here, with each frozen individually when delivered so that freshness is guaranteed. The Alaska Guys have also included a recipe section on their site, so that cooks always have some inspiration on what to do with their produce.

Jocelyn Tan
Jocelyn Tan is a travel and design writer who's probably indulging in serial killer podcasts or reading one too many books on East Asian history. When she actually gets to travel, you can find her attempting to stuff her entire wardrobe into her luggage. Yes, she's a chronic over-packer.