Being stuck at home is making it hard to get our daily essentials. Sure, you could go out and queue at the grocery stores and whatnot, but you’ll have to risk coming in contact with people. And at this moment in our lives, that’s a big no-no.
But that’s all going to change with Grab’s new service.
The e-hailing and delivery company has recently announced that it has launched a new service called GrabSupermarket. It’s an attempt at an online grocery service complete with its own fully stocked store.
The digital market will be packed with fresh produce, frozen food, packaged food, and beverages. It’s even stocked with homecare and household products, personal health, supplements, and other daily necessity.
GrabSupermarket is different from Grab Mart. The latter is focused on buying products from shops which you indicate in the app, while the former is a whole new supermarket *that the company has opened. The best part: GrabSupermarket will offer free delivery.
The new initiative is Grab’s efforts in offering more income to its delivery partners as well as providing another revenue opportunity to local producers, farmers, and other Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) brands.
Because it’s a Grab service, it’ll be contactless and cashless because everything can be done from within the app itself.
Currently, the service is in pilot testing and will be available to Malaysians living in the Petaling district. Specifically, in Section 12 and 13.
If you’re living in these areas, all you need to do is launch the app, hit the Mart button, and start shopping from GrabSupermarket.
Make sure you’ve updated your app.
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ที่มา : Mashable