Get Your Groceries Delivered From These Stores
The Malaysian Movement Control Order or MCO has changed many aspects of our lives. All over the world, the response to Covid-19 has led to a change in culinary habits and practices. For a time, all the eateries in Malaysia were closed for dine-in, leading people to start cooking at home more. Also, many were having their groceries delivered in order to avoid the crowds at the supermarkets.
Even now, with regulations easing up, many of you may still want to practice social distancing and prefer having your groceries delivered.
Here are 10 best Online Grocery shopping sites you can reach out to for fresh greens, dried condiments and more in the Klang Valley and Malaysia:
HappyFresh isn’t a store by itself, but rather personal shoppers that will pick up your groceries for you from a list of available locations. They provide groceries based on your location, so you’ll be able to pick from a list of supermarkets and speciality shops within your vicinity. Some of the stores available include Sam’s Garcia, Aeon, Tesco, Giant and a slew of speciality stores including bakeries, pet shops, wine cellars and more.
Delivery charges: Depending on your distance from the store you pick, starting at RM3
2. Tesco Groceries
Tesco was one of the first supermarkets in Malaysia to offer online delivery services. They have a very systematic way of arranging customer delivery times, so you’ll have to select the nearest Tesco store and select a delivery slot. They allow ordering up to three weeks in advance. With Tesco, you’ll have to act fast because the slots are taken up pretty quickly and you often can’t get next day deliveries or even deliveries within the same week for some branches.
Delivery charges: Depending on delivery slot, maximum RM10
Redtick is a delivery service that reaches out to the central Klang Valley area, including Ampang, Subang, Petaling Jaya and Seri Kembangan. However, not all postcodes are supported so you should check on their website first. Apart from dry and fresh food items, they also sell baby and children's items, office supplies and stationery. Redtick sources they're fresh produce directly from local farmers and entrepreneurs to keep the chain of sustainability going.
Delivery charges: RM10-RM15 depending on a time slot, free for purchase over RM150
4. Mydin Online
Local supermarket Mydin offers online delivery as well. Although their online system may not be as well developed as other sites, they’re a good option especially if you stay within the vicinity of their stores at Subang, PJ, Shah Alam or Puchong. Mydin also offers lots of bulk buying options if you want to stock up on dried foods and items.
Delivery charges: RM10 flat rate
5. Potboy Groceries
Potboy is an all Malaysian, homegrown online grocery retailer that operates fully online with its own warehouse. You’ll be able to find all your daily necessities like rice, oil, dried condiments, frozen food, canned food and others. The only thing they don’t have is fresh food items like vegetables, seafood and meats. However, the good news is that they deliver nationwide.
Delivery charges: Free
If you prefer your kitchen to have only organic ingredients, this is the site for you. They deliver fresh veggies throughout the Klang Valley, as well as dairy, dried condiments, chicken, cereal, biscuits, cooking oil and much more. They also offer a section of health products that feature herbs and supplements. They offer a special veggie mixed bag, and you can choose to have it delivered more than once, and the more times you have them delivered the cheaper the cost of purchase.
Delivery charges: RM20 per trip, monthly veg bag, free.
7. Jaya Grocer
Jaya Grocer is a well-known and trusted chain of premium supermarkets in the Klang Valley. They feature a lot of imported brands and rare ingredients. You’ll be glad to know that they have an online store too and deliver throughout the Klang Valley. The great thing about their website is its user-friendly nature and the fact that they always show you the latest products and promos.
Delivery charges: RM8 base charge for each delivery
8. Bigbox Asia
Bigbox Asia is one site that features a clean, fuss-free online shopping experience. Many are drawn to its easy user-interface that makes shopping a breeze. All the categories of items are listed on the left side, and it features plenty of premium imported brands. There’s an organic section too, where you can get items like quinoa and almond milk. The great thing about Bigbox is that many of their items can be bought in bulk, like canned drinks and powdered beverages so you can stock up and save up if you want.
Delivery charges: Free for purchases above RM100, for purchases below that, it’s RM6.15 for the first 3 kg and RM 1.70 for any additional kg.
9. Pantry Express
Pantry Express is a relative newcomer to the scene as they only started out in 2016. The online store features plenty of local Malaysian favourites and familiar brands you’d find at your neighbourhood sundry shop. They cover many areas within the Klang Valley, but you’ll have to check if your neighbourhood is included here. Delivery is usually made within the next 3-5 days.
Delivery charges: Starts at RM8
10. TM Farms
TM Farms is an organic farm based in Bukit Tinggi, Pahang. The cool environment allows the growth of fresh and healthy organic veggies and fruits without the use of chemical additives and herbicide. They only offer vegetable boxes, which will be delivered to you in the Klang Valley on a weekly basis. The minimum order is for one month, and your order should be done on a monthly basis.
Delivery charges: RM80 for 4 deliveries ( one month)
Header picture credit Jaya Grocer