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You can now buy groceries from the people that supply Singapore's best restaurants

Classic Fine Foods launches Classic Deli, a premium online grocer that stocks everything from Wagyu to olive oil

Nicole-Marie Ng
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Nicole-Marie Ng

It's been said numerous times: good cooking starts with quality ingredients. So if you're spending more time than ever in the kitchen, give your homecooked dinners an upgrade with gourmet groceries from the newly launched Classic Deli. The artisanal produce supplier, Classic Fine Foods, is giving us (yes, us regular people!) a chance to get fancy in the kitchen with ingredients that were previously only available to top chefs in the city.

The online grocery store stocks a wide range of restaurant-quality products from Wagyu (from $33.92) and pasture-fed lamb from New Zealand (from $22.90) to cod loins (from $78.90 for 2kg) and frozen Spanish carabineros (from $87.90 for 1kg). Stock your pantry with staples like pasta from Abruzzo (from $5.50), premium extra virgin olive oil from Italy and Spain (from $15) as well as a range of balsamic vinegars (from $8). The best part is that these ingredients aren't as expensive as you'd think – prices are kept competitive with what you'd find at your neighbourhood supermarket.

It sweetens the deal further by offering first-time customers 10 percent off their order with the code 10DELI. Those that spend more than $150 can also enjoy free islandwide delivery. It also provides an alternative for those who need their groceries pronto but can't score a delivery slot through the major online players. Make an order before 4.30pm and your items will be delivered the next day (except Sundays).

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