Online grocery stores in Singapore


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Some people find grocery shopping therapeutic. But for others who hate anything to do with household chores – myself included – going to the supermarket is a hassle. Especially when it’s full of crowds and long queues, and all you want to do is crash on your couch after work.

Make your life easier by ordering your groceries online. All of these stores offer free doorstep delivery when you order a certain amount, so you’ll never have to emerge from your cave for cooking supplies ever again, nor have to spend the effort lugging those heavy bags around.


1. Redmart – weekly clearance deals at up to 75% off


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Redmart is one of the most popular local online platforms for groceries. They’re now under Lazada, and operating solely online means that they don’t have overhead costs for rental or store staff – which translates to better prices and more savings for us!

Their product categories are neatly listed out at the side – such as Rice & Cooking EssentialsMeat & Seafood, and even Party Supplies. But savvy shoppers would first click on the On Sale tab, which is always updated with the best discounts.

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Clearance deals at unbeatable prices
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Do also check out the Weekly Highlights section for that latest releases that you don’t wanna miss. They often have festive specials for periods like Chinese New Year, “last chance deals” with up to 75% off clearance items, as well as brands exclusive to their store.

If you’d rather shop via your smartphone while on-the-go, you can do so using the Lazada app.

Delivery: FREE for orders above $40 for LiveUp Members, above $60 for Non-LiveUp Members (U.P. $5.99)
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2. Sasha’s Fine Foods – hormone-free, sustainable food from trustworthy farms


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Sashimi-grade salmon from New Zealand’s alps, $26.90
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Sasha’s Fine Foods

Those who are particular about the origins and quality of their food can look to Sasha’s Fine Foods for hormone-free, sustainable produce. Started by an expat from London, this online grocery supports small farms – both local, as well as from abroad – with a focus on sustainability and eco-friendliness.

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Pesticide-free fresh wild rocket from local urban farm VertiVegies
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Sasha’s Fine Foods

Click on the items listed and you’ll see that every single one comes with a writeup on the country of origin, clearly stating if they’re free of preservatives, pesticides, and other nasties. Now that’s how you know that what you’re putting into your body is the real deal, and nothing but the finest.

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Hokkaido fresh milk, $6.90
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Delivery: FREE for orders above $100 (U.P. $10)
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3. Fairprice – purchase with purchase deals and free recipes


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Fairprice needs no introduction, and there’s probably one right below your block – or at least an easy walk away. But why leave your abode when you can just order from their website?

They’ve got a section just for fresh food, including meat, marine fare, fruits, and vegetables. This is further broken down into sub-categories like mushrooms, berries, and leafy vegetables, so you’ll be able to find just what you need with minimal scrolling. Items are also clearly indicated as halal if they are, so Muslims can shop with peace of mind.

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While you’re stocking up your cart, it’s worth checking out their promotions tab, which includes purchase-with-purchase specials, clearance items, and deals that rotate weekly.

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Purchase-with-purchase deals – including a frying pan at almost half-price
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If you’re at a loss for what to whip up for dinner, check out their helpful recipes for some inspiration.

Delivery: FREE for orders of $59 and above (U.P. $7)
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4. Dei – Singapore’s largest Indian grocery portal


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If you regularly cook Indian dishes or simply use a good amount of spices in your food, hit up Dei, Singapore’s biggest Indian grocery portal which sources its products from various vendors for the best prices and variety.

They have a special Masalas & Spices section where you’ll find the likes of turmeric powder ($2.24/200g), saffron ($7.35/g), and coriander powder ($1.40/200g) to give your cooking the added fragrance and flavour. You can also stock up on mixes for various types of curries.

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Fresh meat, for which you can choose your desired type of cut
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Serial snackers can stock up on sweet and savoury tidbits like butter muruku ($2.20), a 1kg tub of gulab jamun ($5.70), or a pack of crispy papadum ($1.10).

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Some of their Super Saver Deals on imported vegetables
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There are also beauty products like henna dye and skincare made from the natural goodness of ayurvedic herbs.

Delivery: FREE for orders of $59 and above, $30 and above for first-timers (U.P. $5.99)
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5. Purely Fresh – customise your meat and seafood


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Those who don’t like to get their dainty hands dirty will be grateful for the seafood and meat customisation services by Purely Fresh. Whether you like your raw protein sliced, chopped, minced, de-skinned, or gutted, they can get it done for you.

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Their meat selection is particularly impressive, even including more adventurous picks like pig intestines ($9.20/500g), chicken gizzard ($3.50/500g), and pig liver ($4.50/300g).

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Weight-watchers can go straight to their dedicated yong tau foo section, where there’s a decent selection of fish paste-stuffed favourites like chilli ($2.20 for 4) and tau pok ($2 for 4)Fish balls cost a reasonable $2.60 for 12, and there are also packets of dumpling and wanton skin ($0.80/100g) if you’d like to attempt making your own.

Delivery: FREE for orders of $39 and above (U.P. $6)
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6. Cold Storage – bulk discounts for drinks


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Throwing a house party? Cold Storage’s online store is your best bet for party juice – both boozy and non-alcoholic. Take advantage of their bulk discounts for beer and soft drinks, all without the pain of having to lug those cartons of bottles back on your own. And get this: There’s even a section specifically for wine offers. It’s an alcohol lover’s paradise!

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There are also weekly deals for smaller quantities of other items, such as snacks, bath products, and dairy.

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Delivery: FREE for orders of $40 and above (U.P. $7)
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7. Market Fresh – online wet market


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Market Fresh is basically an online wet market – ideal for those who want fresh ingredients, but don’t fancy waking up extra early in the morning to jostle with noisy aunties. For optimum freshness, your order will only be prepared on the morning of the chosen delivery date, and sent to you through a refrigerated lorry.

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Expect the selection to be very similar to that of an actual wet market’s – seafood, poultry, yong tau foo, noodles, you name it. There are also bottled sauces, organic veggies, and ingredients specially for steamboat.

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In a modern twist, they offer premium bottled brews from Gryphon Tea – along with coffee beans from Tiong Bahru Zhap Huay Tiam and loose-leaf tea from Australian brand threeonesix tea.

You can pick between 4 time slots based on your schedule. Take note that Market Fresh does not deliver on Mondays.

Delivery: FREE with orders of $68 and above (U.P. $24 for orders of $0 to $30, $18 for orders of $30.01 to $50, $12 for orders of $50.01 – $67.99)
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8. All for You by Sheng Shiong – with digital shopping list function


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You’re probably hearing that iconic TV jingle playing in your head right now. But as much as that song can be annoying, you can’t deny that All for You by Sheng Shiong is quite the godsend. Whatever you can find in their physical supermarkets, you can probably find in their online store, including fresh greens, as well as both fresh and frozen meat and seafood.

If you like your poultry free-range, opt for their fresh kampung chicken – both halal and non-halal versions are offered.

All for You by Sheng Shiong
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When celebratory periods roll around, shop under the Event tab for seasonal specials. For CNY, they had abalone sets, steamboat ingredients, and yu sheng, while Christmas would be the time for log cakes and festive chocolates.

All for You by Sheng Shiong
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The scatterbrained can rely on their online shopping list function, where you can save items in up to 8 lists for future purchases. This way, you can re-buy your favourites, and won’t have to scroll endlessly looking for that one product.

Delivery: FREE for orders of $100 and above (U.P. $6)
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9. EAMart – 5% rebate to offset future orders


EAMart gives you good reason to hop onto the online grocery bandwagon – not only do they have multiple categories of items not limited to just groceries, new customers are entitled to 3 free deliveries with no minimum purchase.

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Bulk deals
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And you’ll want to stay, because when you spend a minimum of $150 in a month, you’ll be entitled to a 5% rebate which will be credited to your e-wallet. Use this to offset future purchases. The best part is that these rebates don’t come with an expiry date, so you can accumulate them for as long as you want.

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Sale items
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Big families can go crazy with their bulk deals, which include items such as drinks, pet food, and office supplies like printer paper. But don’t fret if you live in a smaller household, as there’s a regular sale section for single items.

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If you’re a Japanophile or Koreaboo, check out their categories specially for Japanese or Korean products – the former even has cute Sanrio-themed food molds for DIY bentos.

Groceries aside, they also sell electronics, sports gear, furniture, and stationery – pretty much anything you could think of.

Delivery: FREE for 1st 3 deliveries | FREE for orders of $40 and above
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10. Giant – wallet-friendly prices


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We can always rely on Giant for our every need when it comes to daily necessities like fresh fruits, eggs, instant snacks, as well as toiletries. Prices are always kept wallet-friendly as well, so it’s a go-to option for many, especially with multiple outlets in almost every heartland region.

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Our bodies don’t always want to cooperate, though, so it’s a good thing their online delivery service extends to the same wide range of food essentials. Click on their Promotions tab before anything else so you don’t miss out on the latest offers and seasonal brand-specific discounts.

Delivery: FREE for orders of $59 and above (U.P. $7)
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Buy fresh vegetables and meat in Singapore


There’s no need to tear yourself away from your Netflix marathon just to stock up on items for your sustenance. With a few easy clicks of a button, you’ll be piling your cart high with fresh meat, vegetables, and other goods for daily consumption. And if you shop smart by buying in bulk, you’ll not only get to enjoy special discounts, but also hit the minimum amount for free delivery – which means no extra cost for convenience.