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Grab launches online supermarket in Singapore

It is starting with over 5,000 products from local supermarket chain HAO Mart.

Grab has partnered with Singapore-based supermarket chain HAO Mart to launch a next-day delivery service as part of its strategic expansion of GrabMart, IGD reported.

GrabSupermarket will roll out over 5,000 products from HAO mart, including meat and poultry, vegetables, frozen food, dry goods and instant foods, dairy products, condiments, snacks, drinks and non-food essentials. Shoppers can pay one delivery fee for a wide range of products.

This will be expanded to more than 10,000 products over the next few months. Grab will also bring selected products from more stores on GrabMart to GrabSupermarket.

Shoppers can order before 6PM and have it delivered the next day. Delivery time slots are available between 5-9PM daily, in 30-minute windows. There is a minimum basket value of $15 (S$20) and delivery fee of $3.80 (S$4.99). Free delivery is available for orders above $38 (S$50).

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