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16 Online Supermarkets To Shop Your Grocery During MCO

Updated 01 Sep 2021 – By Farhana Adli


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The daily COVID-19 cases are reaching 5 digits every single day and sure you’re anxious about it, yes? Could say the same for us, thus, we’d like to urge everyone to stay at home as much as possible.  

For that reason, we’ve listed down 16 applications/websites to shop your groceries, especially for Klang Valley peeps. With just a single click, buying groceries will be a cakewalk for you now. Everything will be sent to your doorstep without the need to wash your face, nor putting on your jeans - easy peasy japanesey! 


1. Potboy Groceries

Delivery fee: 
Free 

Area covered for delivery service:
Klang Valley
 

 
Besides a free delivery service, the best part of this website is that you can recycle the items that you bought via Collect & Recycle and you’ll be paid for each one of them. Awesome, kan?

On top of it, they have their own warehouse where only essentials are available such as rice, frozen food, dried condiments, canned food, oil, and others. Having said that, it won’t hurt you to make a bid for their free delivery service, kan? Everyone loves free things!

What’s good? 
  • Free delivery
  • Area covered for delivery service in the entire Klang Valley 
  • Items can be recycled and will be paid

What’s not good?

  • No fresh goods such as veggies, seafood, and meat

 

2. HappyFresh

Delivery fee: 
Starting at RM3 (depending on the distance from the store you pick)

Area covered for delivery service:

  • Certain area in Klang Valley
  • Penang 
  • Johor Bahru 
  • Melaka
  • Ipoh 
  • Seremban
 

Happy Fresh isn’t a supermarket itself as there’ll be a personal shopper to pick up your groceries and send them over to your house. What’s more exciting is you get to choose whether you want the daily necessities from Aeon, Giant or others - with that, you get to differentiate the prices. No sweat and scrimp!

What’s good? 

  • Various items at hand 
  • Can compare the prices from different stores

What’s not good? 

  • The delivery service is only available in certain Klang Valley area 

 

3. Bigbox Asia 

Delivery fee: 

  • FREE - purchases above RM100  
  • RM6 - first 3kg
  • RM1.70 - any additional kg 

Area covered for delivery service:

  • Dry goods - nationwide 
  • Chilled and frozen goods - Klang Valley only 
 

Wanna know why a lot of people prefer to use Bigbox Asia’s service? This is because their website is clean and hassle-free. All categories of goods are listed on the left side, and several premium imported brands are featured. You can also stock up the powdered beverages and canned drinks by buying in bulk. Likewise, there’s also an organic section where almond milk is up for grabs. So, no need to tunggu some more lah! 

What’s good? 

  • Smooth-like-butter website
  • Rare and imported items are available 
  • Can buy in bulks 
  • Organic section is available 

What’s not good? 

  • Bad delivery service 
  • Poor customer service 
  • Slow refund process
 

4. Lalamove

Delivery fee:
From RM5 onwards

Area covered for delivery service: 
Klang Valley

 

For those who are not familiar with Lalamove, they offer services beyond grocery delivery, including purchasing takeaway food, medicine, and also a swift house-to-house delivery service in case you want to send something to your friends. Memang tiptop lah!

What’s good? 

  • Fast delivery 
  • Several other services are available

What’s not good? 

  • Items may be received in bad conditions (depends on the rider himself)
  • Unavailability of riders should be expected 
 

5. Pantry Express

Delivery fee: 
From RM8 onwards

Area covered for delivery service:
Klang Valley
 

For those who’ve never heard of Pantry Express, it’s a start-up company that was established in 2016. We can assure you that you'll grow fond of this online store as it features Malaysian favourites and familiar brands, such as CHEKHUP Ipoh Coffee and others, where you’d find at your neighbourhood sundry shop. You won’t need to susah-susah going out any longer as you’ll surely love the items here.  

What’s good? 

  • A lot of items are available here
  • ​​​​​​​Fast and systematic delivery 

What’s not good? 

  • Area covered for delivery in Klang Valley only 
  • ​​​​​​​Limited stocks 
 

6. Jaya Grocer

Delivery fee: 
RM8 (the base charge for each delivery)

Area covered for delivery service:
Klang Valley
 

Hands-up to those who have heard of Jaya Grocer, this well-known supermarket chain in Malaysia! They’re relatively famous for their efforts to bring in imported and premium brands to this country. The fun part of their website is they’ll show the latest promotions as well as products, so, don’t miss out, gaiz! 

What’s good? 

  • Local and imported items are available here
  • Rare goods (such as beef brisket, Langkawi melon, etc.) are available 
  • ​​​​​​​Latest promotions and products are often shown on the website

What’s not good? 

  • Area covered for delivery in Klang Valley only 
  • ​​​​​​​Pricey items 
 

7. My Groser

Delivery fee: 
Klang Valley - 

  • Up to 35kg: RM8.90
  • 35kg and above: RM12
  • Other areas - RM5 to RM10 

Area covered for delivery service:

  • Klang Valley
  • KL
  • Petaling Jaya
  • Subang Jaya
  • Puchong
  • Seri Kembangan
  • Putrajaya 
  • ​​​​​​​Cyberjaya 
 

 My Groser, definitely, has a lot to offer us! Not only can you purchase your cooking stuff, but toiletries, pets food and others are also available here. There’s a compilation of breakfast ingredients, basic cooking ingredients, etc. in a tab, so you don’t have to scroll the items one at a time. Confirm can save your time lorh!

What’s good? 
  • A lot of places in KL and Selangor can be delivered
  • Various items are available on their website
  • The ingredients for basic cooking are compiled in a category
  • ​​​​​​​Price range of items are displayed

What’s not good? 

  • Items may be delivered later than the chosen slot
  • Leaden refund process 
  • ​​​​​​​The chosen items may be unavailable 

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​​​​​​​8. Mydin Express

Delivery fee: 
RM10 (flat rate)

Area covered for delivery service:
Nationwide 
 

When Mydin Express offers the grocery delivery service to the entire nation, pretty sure that's good news to everyone. You just need to choose the nearest store to your house and it’ll be delivered safely. At affordable prices, you can buy your snacks in bulk and enjoy them while Netflix-ing and chilling at your house. 

What’s good? 

  • Delivery service in the entire nation
  • Affordable prices 
  • Steps to order the delivery service are shown on the website 
  • ​​​​​​​The delivery fee is fixed and reasonably priced 

What’s not good? 

  • No imported or premium items are available 
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9. Tesco Groceries

Delivery fee:  
RM10 - maximum (depending on delivery slot)

Area covered for delivery service:

  • Klang Valley
  • Johor Bahru
  • Penang
  • Seremban
  • Ipoh 
  • ​​​​​​​Melaka
 

Tesco is one of the first supermarkets in Malaysia to offer online delivery services, hence, they’re famous for it, and heaps of orders for their delivery service are received every day. 

That’s why we’d like to suggest you book for their delivery service as early as possible (preferably 3 weeks in advance) as their slots are being booked rather quickly. The next-day and same week deliveries are often taken so make sure to be the early bird, ya! Don’t say we didn’t warn ya! 

What’s good? 

  • Various items are available on the website 
  • The out-of-stock items will be exchanged for other items 
  • ​​​​​​​The delivery fee is reasonably priced 

What’s not good? 

  • Ordered items tend to be out-of-stock
  • Will auto-deduct the payment in card (although the items aren’t ordered) 
  • Slow delivery 
  • ​​​​​​​Unsystematic customer service  
 

10. Redtick

Delivery fee: 

  • Depending on a time slot - RM10 to RM15 
  • ​​​​​​​Purchase over RM150 - FREE

Area covered for delivery service:

  • Redtick - Petaling Jaya, Kuala Lumpur, Seri Kembangan and Puchong 
  • ​​​​​​​Redtick Plus - Luar area Klang Valley
 

Not only cooking stuff is available at Redtick, but other stuff - baby essentials. office items, stationeries, and others are available as well. What you can look forward to are their fresh veggies where they were directly supplied from the local farmers and small businesses to support them. So, besides getting to cook fresh and affordable ingredients, you can kill two birds with one stone by supporting our small businesses and local farmers. Walao, sounds best lah! 

What’s good? 

  • Fresh frozen goods 
  • Various items up for grabs 
  • ​​​​​​​Other goods (health care, skincare, etc.) are also available 
  • Local and imported brands at hand
  • Affordable prices 

What’s not good? 

  • Limited delivery area

 

11. Signature Market

Delivery fee: 

  • Orders below RM100 - RM10
  • Orders above RM100 - FREE

Area covered for delivery service:
Nationwide 

If you’d like the high-quality, healthy, and organic ingredients for your food, you can try to purchase it from here! Signature Market only targets health-conscious people as well as vegetarians. Also for those who are on diet, you can also try to purchase their healthy snacks.

Oh, and there will be additional surcharges for East Malaysia (Sabah, Sarawak & Labuan)  while in Peninsular Malaysia, it can only be delivered to selected rural areas. 

What’s good? 

  • Quality and tasty goods 
  • Free delivery for the first order
  • ​​​​​​​Affordable prices 

What’s not good? 

  • Poor customer service 
  • ​​​​​​​Inefficient and slow delivery service 
 

12. Sea Fresh

Delivery fee: 

  • Orders above RM200 - FREE
  • Orders below RM200 - RM15 (for Klang Valley only)
  • ​​​​​​​Delivery to other states - RM25

Area covered for delivery service:

  • Klang Valley 
  • Melaka 
  • Negeri Sembilan
  • Johor 
  • Perak 
  • Penang 
 

Those who love Kuala Selangor and Sekinchan’s seafood such as fish, prawns, and even lobster, here’s where you can satisfy your craving. They’re taken directly from the fishing villages, thus the freshness. Not only can you order fresh seafood, but other items like otak-otak from Muar, premium unagi slices, and others are also available. Pergh, really mouth-watering lah! You guys no need dah to cross the states. 

What’s good? 

  • Fast and systematic delivery 
  • The seafood will be cleaned in advance 
  • Reasonable prices 
  • ​​​​​​​Great packaging 

What’s not good? 

  • Limited dry goods

 

​​​​​​​13. Organic4u

Delivery fee: 
RM20 (per trip)

Area covered for delivery service:
Klang Valley
 

Here’s what Organic4u has offered for the health freaks, you can now purchase the organic veggies and fruits that were taken fresh from the farms to your doorstep. The taste confirm punya kaw macam you makan in the farm itself. 

The delivery slots are only available on Monday, Tuesday, and Friday ya! Also, monthly vegetable bags, that can save your pennies and our earth, are also offered for their customers. Best, kan? 

What’s good? 

  • Organic goods at hands
  • High-quality and fresh items 
  • ​​​​​​​Other items are also available
  • Veggies can be bought in bulk or ala-carte


What’s not good? 

  • Delivery service is restricted to the Klang Valley area only 
  • Limited items 
 

14. GrabMart

Delivery fee: 
Varies based on store and delivery distance

 Area covered for delivery service:
Selected areas within Klang Valley
 

Similar to Lalamove, Grabmart also offers a variety of services beyond groceries delivery where you can buy from HeroMarket, Pasar Besar TTDI, MBG Fruitshop, and many more - depending on your housing area. You can request other services like buying bakeries, household items, or even purchasing from the drug stores. Complete lah their service! 

What’s good? 

  • A couple of other services are also offered 
  • Can compare the prices of items from other supermarkets 
  • ​​​​​​​Instant delivery (ideal for a hasty consumption)

What’s not good? 

  • Delivery service is restricted to the Klang Valley area only 
  • ​​​​​​​Delivery fee may be too pricey for a certain area 
 

15. Sejadi

Delivery fee: 
Orders over RM200 - FREE

Area covered for delivery service:
Nationwide 
 

Want to know tak what’s special about Sejadi? This online grocery focuses on providing their customers the natural and sustainably sourced eco-conscious ingredients in support of reducing carbon footprint. Ye la, we need to protect our earth, aite? Moreover, all imported meat products are verified and come from trusted local meat importers that have genuine foreign halal certification. So, no need dah to feel skeptical anymore. 

To boot, they’ll also make sure to deliver the frozen goods within 1 - 3 working days while 3 - 10 working days for the dry ones. Very fast, kan? 

What’s good? 

  • Promising natural and eco-friendly goods
  • Halal imported items 
  • Limited and premium brands are available 
  • Fresh chilled goods
  • ​​​​​​​Fast delivery to the entire nation

What’s not good? 

  • Limited dry ingredients 
  

16. TM Farms

Delivery fee: 
4 deliveries (one month) - RM80

Area covered for delivery service:
Klang Valley
 

Has anyone here been to Bukit Tinggi, Pahang, and tried their fresh veggies and fruits? Haa, if you have, then surely you’d know how crunchy and crispy the organic veggies and fruits are from the cool environment. Confirm kruk krak when you munch! So, let’s experience the freshness of organic veggies and fruits without the use of chemical additives and herbicides from TM Farms

The veggies will be packed in a box and delivered on a weekly basis as the minimum order is for one month, thus you may need to purchase them on a monthly basis. 

What’s good? 

  • Fresh and tasty veggies
  • ​​​​​​​Good packaging

What’s not good? 

  • Items may be pricey for certain individuals 
  • Poor customer service 
  • Not ideal for those who only want to try purchasing it once 


For Those Who Are On Grocery Shopping Spree…

We suggest you set a budget for your monthly grocery expenses, especially for those who are about to stand on their own feet. Also, don’t forget to compare the prices between different brands before checking out so that you can manage your finances better and save your monies. 

The differences in price for a pack of milk in Tesco (top) and Mydin (bottom). 

Let’s shop your groceries through your smartphone instead of going out, kay? More convenient and fast! 

Take care, gaiz! Kita jaga kita. 

*The above article is intended for informational purposes only. Loanstreet accepts no responsibility for loss that may arise from reliance on information contained in the articles.
 

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