5 Online Grocery Delivery Apps in the Philippines
Almost everything can be done online these days, and buying groceries isn’t an exception to that. With all the hustle and bustle around us, sometimes, most of us don’t even have an opportunity to go and pick up groceries anymore. Thankfully, there are several apps out there that can help us out. Have a look at these online grocery delivery apps, and get your get goods right at your doorstep!
Described as online take on the farm to table experience, consumers can buy fresh fruits, vegetables, and other produce directly from the farmers themselves and have Session Groceries deliver it straight to their doorstep. Users may select their produce from specific farms, or browse through all the available items that are divided into categories. As of the moment, Session Groceries delivers to Metro Manila, Rizal, Laguna, and Cavite. Payments are via bank deposit or cash on delivery. Through Session Groceries, not only do consumers get fresh produce without any hassle, but they’ll also be able to help out farmers receive the better revenue they deserve.
MetroMart not only does grocery deliveries, but can also pick up and deliver items such as pet food, toys, cosmetics, and bakery products. It’s made possible by MetroMart’s partnership with several stores, such as S&R Membership Shopping, Robinsons Supermarket, Pet Express, Watsons, Family Mart, and more. For payments, users have the option of cash on delivery or through credit/debit cards. Locations that MetroMart covers include Makati, Taguig, Quezon City, Mandaluyong, San Juan, Pasig, Muntinlupa, Paranaque, Manila, and Pasay.
Walter Mart’s grocery app selects the nearest Walter Mart branch to the consumer’s location, allowing then to shop from the goods and produce available there. Orders sent in before 6 PM will be received within the day, and users may pay through cash on delivery or swipe on delivery. Not only do they offer doorstep delivery, but users may also pick-up their groceries at the selected Walter Mart branch. Currently, their delivery covers the Metro Manila area, including Taytay, Cainta, Antipolo, and Marikina.
What began as a grocery delivery website, Pushkart PH has now expanded to mobile. Partnered up with Fisher Supermarket, consumers can buy a variety of goods from Pushkart PH. They can also include their special requests for fresh produce, such as fish descaling or deboning. Pushkart PH delivers throughout Metro Manila, and only accepts payments via PayMaya or over-the-counter through DragonPay.
GoHarvest is an on-demand online produce delivery app focused on the agricultural industry. It lets users browse and purchase from a vast selection of fruits and vegetables, with all the produce coming straight from the farmers. Currently, GoHarvest only services those who live in the Imus, Cavite City area.
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