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Online grocery shopping and delivery services have brought a lot of convenience to people living in Malaysia. Many local grocery stores have even expanded their services to allow for online purchasing and delivery. Thanks to them, we can now simply wait for our groceries in the comforts of our home, instead of being stuck in the traffic or lining up for checkout.

Here are some of the online grocery shopping sites that you might want to try out:

1. Tesco

Image Credit: Tesco
Image Credit: Tesco

Tesco, the British multinational grocery, is the first hypermarket in our country to make their products available for purchase online. You can even collect Club points while you’re shopping on the site. The drawbacks? They don’t deliver alcohol and non-halal foods, and cash vouchers also can’t be used for online payment.

Payment Mode: Debit cards, Visa and Mastercard
Charges: Service/delivery charges will be shown during slot-booking.
Coverage: Some cities and towns within Klang Valley, Penang and Johor Bahru — find out more here.
Delivery Time: Available in 2-hour windows. These are available from 10am to 10pm, 7 days a week.

2. Foodworld

Image Credit: Foodworld
Image Credit: Foodworld

This 100% online fine food store specialises in traditional cuts of meat, and also offers a variety of desserts, baked goods, gelato, cheese, chocolate pralines, pantry items, amongst others.

Payment Mode: Paypal, Mastercard and Visa
Charges: Free delivery for purchases above RM200
Coverage: Klang Valley, Penang and Johor Bahru
Delivery Time: Between 8am and 9pm, 7 days a week.

3. Redtick

Image Credit: Redtick
Image Credit: Redtick

Founded in 2010, Redtick’s mission is “to bring convenience to our customers by changing and revolutionizing the way grocery shopping is done.” Their website is easy to navigate, consisting of only 3 tabs — groceries, baby, and stationery — making it perfect for those who are not particularly tech-savvy.

Payment Mode: Cash on delivery or through Molpay
Charges: Free delivery for purchases above RM100, RM8 for purchases below RM100
Coverage: Petaling Jaya, Kuala Lumpur, Seri Kembangan and Puchong
Delivery Time: 2-hour time slots between 10am-10pm

4. Presto 

Image Credit: Presto.my
Image Credit: Presto.my

At the moment, there are four physical Presto supermarket outlets in Malaysia, and they are actively on the lookout for more locations. If you’re a user of Public Credit Card, Presto is the site you want to shop at — it gives you 8% cashback.

Payment Mode: Cash on delivery, credit card (requires Celcom or Digi reception at your home/office), or online credit card (Visa or Mastercard)
Charges: Delivery charges vary according to order value and sometimes also to location. Refer to Presto’s Delivery Fees page for more information.
Coverage: Most of the Klang Valley area
Delivery Time: Refer to their timetable

5. Happyfresh

Image Credit: Happyfresh
Image Credit: Happyfresh

Think only pizza delivery services can send you your items in less than an hour? Happyfresh proves you wrong. They claim to be able to deliver your online orders in as little as one hour — just download the app and shop away.

Payment Mode: Cash On Delivery, Credit cards (Visa or Mastercard) or debit cards
Charges: Free delivery for first order and orders above RM200, RM5 for orders below RM200, RM8 for next hour delivery
Coverage: Covers most of the Klang Valley area
Delivery Time: Next hour/any 1-hour timeslot between 10am to 10pm

6. Little Green Planet

Image Credit: Little Green Planet
Image Credit: Little Green Planet

Little Green Planet has their own organic farm, allowing them to deliver natural and healthy organic products of high quality at affordable prices. Buyers can also choose from their extensive range of chemical-free, gluten-free, and lactose-free products. If you prefer picking out your groceries personally, pay them a visit at Centrepoint, Petaling Jaya.

Payment Mode: Online Banking Transfer (CIMB Bank Berhad – A/C: 8600657632)
Charges: For perishable products, free delivery with a purchase of RM50 within Klang Valley. For non-perishable products, pay according to shipping and handling charges via courier services.
Coverage: Within Malaysia 
Delivery Time: No delivery on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays. (Customers may do self-pickup at the store.)

7. You Beli

Image Credit: Youbeli
Image Credit: Youbeli

You Beli is like the Amazon of Malaysia: in addition to groceries, you can also buy non-food items such as video games, clothes, books and more.

Payment Mode: Online payment, PayPal, FPX, Credit card, Cheque
Charges: They currently offer free delivery when you enter a code (available on site)
Coverage: Anywhere in Malaysia 
Delivery Time: Within 1 and 5 working days

8. Sibana Fox

Image Credit: Sibana
Image Credit: Sibana

Sibana Fox offers premium fruits, an array of organic, eco-friendly and artisan goods. They deliver to both offices and homes, which makes them perfect for busy individuals who want to maintain a clean bill of health.

Payment Mode: Online Bank Transfer, PayPal, or Credit card

West Malaysia: RM7 for orders under 500g, RM21.50 + for orders 2kg and above

Sarawak: RM10 for orders under 500g, RM35 + for orders 2kg and above

Sabah: RM10.50 for orders under 500g, RM42 for orders 2kg and above

Coverage: Delivers internationally
Delivery Time: Within 1 and 7 working days

9. SAM’s Groceria

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Image Credit: http://ayunirafilah.blogspot.com/

The first physical SAM’s Groceria outlet opened its doors recently in Penang, but they only provide delivery services in the Klang Valley. They carry various local and imported items from Korea, Thailand, United States, India, and more. They also sell organic food products, as well as produce suitable for diabetics.

Payment Mode: Debit cards or credit cards
Charges: RM10 (next day delivery)
Coverage: Selected areas in Klang Valley
Delivery Time: 10am to 9pm daily

10. Greenbug Grocer

Image Credit: Greenburg Grocer
Image Credit: Greenburg Grocer

Greenbug Grocer is where you should shop if you’re looking to get food products like long leaf assam tea or coffee cream bon-bon — food items which are not commonly found in most hypermarkets. They stock vegan food products, which do not contain dairy or any other animal by-products.

Payment Mode: Paypal and local interbank transfers (MEPS).
Charges: RM10 for delivery of items below RM100. Free for purchases over RM100 within Peninsular Malaysia only.
Coverage: Nationwide
Delivery Time: Anywhere between 3-5 days

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