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Ryan's Grocery
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Where to shop for your groceries online in Singapore

There's no need to brave the crowds and heat with these shops that ship the freshest deals right to your door

By Fabian Loo
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We can all head out to grocery shop, but let’s face it, most of us find it chore – between having to don a mask, to carrying bags of heavy groceries home. So those looking to minimise going out, to just feeling plain lazy, can turn to these online services to have their groceries delivered straight to the door instead. Just remember to buy only what you need – there's no bigger crime than unnecessary waste these days. 

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Supermarkets

NTUC
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NTUC Fairprice

Orders above $59 qualify for free delivery, and the supermarket chain has implemented a contactless delivery option. Just remember to keep your phone close to you to stay contactable. According to the website, all delivery drivers also have to wear a mask and sanitise their hands before and after every delivery.  

fairprice.com.sg

CS Fresh
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Cold Storage

Beyond the standard items, Cold Storage also stocks a wide range of international products that range from Korean condiments to wines from around the world. Similarly, orders above $59 qualify for free delivery.

coldstorage.com.sg

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Giant
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Giant

Look out for Giant's Dare To Compare deals, which promise prices that are the lowest around town. Like most, orders above $59 qualify for free delivery.

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RedMart
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RedMart

This online-only portal has made some fresh implementations in light of the ongoing situation: there's be a stronger focus on daily essentials like rice and eggs, delivery slots are assigned based on location and address, and orders exceeding 100kg will be cancelled (read: purchase what you need). A contactless delivery option is available, and orders above $60 enjoy free delivery.

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Amazon
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Amazon Prime

The world is your mall with Amazon Prime, and the e-tailer stocks groceries as well. Note that the usual turnaround for Prime items (one-day or same-day delivery) might take slightly longer due to the current situation. Sign up as a Prime member to enjoy free delivery on all orders.

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Kindness Mart
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Kindness Mart

You can now shop and give back to society at the same time with this convenient social enterprise. Proceeds from every purchase that you make on the Kindness Mart go towards helping various disadvantaged groups in Singapore. Orders above $50 qualify for free delivery.

kindnessmart.com

Specialty stores

ShiokFarm
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ShiokFarm

For organic and sustainable goodness

If you care about supporting small farmers and the environment, get your produce from ShiokFarm. They work with organic farms in the region, mainly in Malaysia and Thailand, trucking in (rather than flying) sustainably grown fruits and vegetables on the regular. ShiokFarm also has a weekly organic fruit and vegetable bag available in a range of weights (starting at 3.5kg) and customisable to your keto or paleo diet. Pick up wine, bread and other pantry essentials here to complete your organic kitchen. 

shiokfarm.com

ERL Vegan Marketplace
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ERL Vegan Marketplace

For all your vegan needs

It’s much easier to shop for sustainable, healthier products from the comforts of your home. EatRoamLive, which organises the Singapore Vegan Festival, has launched an online marketplace that aggregates different plant-based, ethical businesses. Some 30 local and international brands can be found on ERL Vegan Marketplace. Highlights include Singapore’s first plant-based camembert from Yeti and meatless products from Quorn. ERL Vegan Marketplace also eschews plastic packaging as much as possible in its commitment to sustainability. Orders come packed in either paper bags, recycled cardboard boxes, or reusable plastic boxes.

eatroamlive.com/shop/

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Little Farms
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Little Farms

For fresh, sustainable produce

Stock up on ethically sourced produce from this artisanal store that stocks organic, farm-fresh ingredients, as well as pasta, dairy-free milk, and preservative-free meats from Down Under. Keeping your pantry lined with healthy food is easy with the selection at Little Farms. Delivery is free for orders above $100. 

littlefarms.com

Ryan's Grocery
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Ryan’s Grocery

For allergen-free products

You’ll find one of the widest ranges of allergen-free goods at Ryan’s Grocery. It also stocks organic and free-range meat from its butchery, including Borrowdale free-range pork and wagyu from Rangers Valley. You’ll get free delivery for orders above $150.

ryansgrocery.com

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Fire Flies Health Farm
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Fire Flies Health Farm

For organic produce grown locally 

At this local organic farm, you’ll find a selection of fresh, healthy greens that you can enjoy – from lemongrass to Chinese spinach. Everything Is grown naturally, without the use of chemicals, growth-inducing agents, and even animal fertilisers. Delivery fee starts from $10. 

fireflies.sg/wp/marketplace

Dishthefish
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Dishthefish

For the freshest catch 

You can usually find the freshest catch in wet markets. But for those who don’t live close to one, you can still visit this friendly fishmonger from its online store. You’ll find familiar species like pomfret and grouper, as well as wild anchovies and other lesser-seen variants. Most of the seafood comes chilled, not frozen, so you know it's still fresh. A minimum order of $80 is required, and comes with free delivery.  

dishthefish.com.sg

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Yayapapaya
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Yayapapaya

For fresh fruits 

You know what they say, an apple a day keeps the doctor away. Load up on your vitamins and boost your immunity with fresh fruits from Yayapapaya. Its location at the Pasir Panjang Wholesale Centre allows it to stock a wide range of fruits, from avocados and apples to chayote and chiku. Fruit packs and subscription boxes are also available. Orders above $35 qualify for free delivery. 

yayapapaya.com.sg

raw beef
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SBY Meat

For Halal-certified meat

This Muslim-owned store sells Halal-certified cuts of meats. It also makes its own line of satay, which can be purchase via its online store too. Delivery fee differs depending on your location.

sbymeat.com

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