10 Online Grocers To Keep Your Pantry Stocked

Here are ten online grocery stores to help you avoid crowds and enjoy a hassle-free shopping experience.

Forget about lugging heavy bags or coming home empty-handed from the supermarket. These ten e-grocers offer gourmet to local produce and will do all the hard work for you.

1. Classic Deli

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Part of the Classic Fine Foods Group, one of Singapore’s leading gourmet food supplier, Classic Deli now offers restaurant-quality produce directly to consumers. Classic Deli’s list includes premium products like jamón, foie gras and truffle as well as rare and seasonal products like artichokes and wild asparagus. Also available are the acclaimed Echiré French butter, loved by many chefs and restaurants.

For more information or to place an order, visit classicdeli.com.

2. Honeydaes

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From sauces to alcohol, you’ll find all things Japanese at Honeydaes. Founded by Kirei Japanese Food Supply, their frozen catalogue include sashimi-grade roe such as Flying Fish RoeCod Fish Roe and Salmon Roe. Fans of Japanese wines, whiskies and sakes will be glad to find a reasonably modest selection on the e-store. They’ve also included those allergic to gluten with a curated collection of gluten-free items such as gluten-free shoyu, flour and noodle products.

For more information or to place an order, visit honeydaes.com

3. OosterBay

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Starting as a seafood wholesaler, OosterBay now provides high quality seafood and sashimi at wholesale prices. Sourcing produce from all corners of the world, they are famed for carrying a wide variety of sea urchin such as Bafun, Murasaki and Ensui. Aside from fresh and frozen seafood, including shellfish and crustaceans, OosterBay also sells ready-to-eat Japanese foods such as donburi rice bowls, bentos and sushi, as well as dessert items like mochi.

For more information or to place an order, visit oosterbay.com

4. 9s Seafood

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Once a roadside stall in Chinatown, 9s Seafood (its name derived from the word ‘nice’) is now a well-established fresh and frozen seafood supplier with more than 60 years of history. With more than 70 varieties of seafood, they provide a great selection of fish, shellfish and squid. The e-store lets you customise how you want your fish to be prepared: as a whole fish, in fillets or sliced before they’re vacuum-packed.

For more information or to place an order, visit 9sseafood.com.

5. My Gourmet Home

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Launched by Gourmet Partner Singapore, My Gourmet Home aims to improve dining experiences at home. With a focus on freshness, quality and value, their range of gourmet products include the Fullblood Premium Wagyu Beef from Western Australia, live Blue Lobsters freshly air-flown from Normandy and a variety of Rock Oysters from Brittany. Aside from premium bottarga, foie gras and truffles, you’ll also find saccharine treats here; exceptional chocolate by Cacao Barry and fruit purees by Les Vergers Boiron from France.

For more information or to place an order, visit mygourmethome.com.

6. Cavemen Butchery Singapore

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As its name suggests, Cavemen offers up a diverse selection of superior quality meats such as Australian Wagyu and Hokkaido Snow Beef of the grass-fed or dry-aged variety among others. Their 24-months and 30-months Parma Ham come as a charcuterie board to impress with an assortment of cheeses. Alongside cuts of red meat are an array of Old and New World wines as well as spirits and bottled cocktails. For a fuss-free set for last minute get-togethers, try the Cavemen Chests that come with three pre-assembled bottles of wine and a set of two red wine glasses.

For more information or to place an order, visit cavemen.com.

7. My Market SG

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A speciality grocery store focused on sustainably-sourced or -grown French produce, My Market SG is one for the conscious eater. All their products are free of animal cruelty, grown sustainability and come with “complete traceability”. For example, Cooperl, a leading pork producer in France, focuses on rearing pigs with no antibiotics and has an unbroken production chain from farming to distribution. Everything is sold frozen to guarantee freshness and reduce food waste.

For more information or to place an order, visit mymarketsg.com.

8. Sasha’s Fine Foods

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Deeply concerned about where their food comes from, Sasha’s Fine Foods ensures that all their products are sourced and produced by those who care and respect the entire food supply chain. All their items come from independent farmers, both local and abroad, such as Mount Cook Alpine New Zealand Salmon and Fresh Sparkle Rocket from VertiVegies in Singapore. True to their ethos, deliveries usually come in reusable crates and paper bags as much as possible. Aside from the usual finds in a supermarket, the e-store also sells baked goods and ready-to-eat meals.

For more information or to place an order, visit sashasfinefoods.com.

9. MarketFresh

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MarketFresh grants you access to Singapore’s fresh wet market groceries online. Led by a team of a young-generation stall owners, it has the usual offerings of those in a wet market: fresh meats, vegetables and yong tau foo. Furthermore, they have the range of dried goods you would find in a regular provision shop such as Chinese herbs, and salted and preserved vegetables. Ensuring freshness, your orders are packed on the same day as their deliveries.

For more information or to place an order, visit marketfresh.com.

10. Sunrise Greens

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A favourite wholesaler of many, Sunrise Greens provides a vast selection of greens, gourds and herbs including varieties of spinach and mushrooms. In addition to having a brick-and-mortar stall at Marine Terrace Wet Market, they also supply to various zhichar stalls, as well as minimarts and grocery stores, namely Prime Supermarket, Hao Mart and ONE Supermarket. Presumably having the widest range of vegetables in Singapore, most of its leafy vegetables are sourced from local farms.

For more information or to place an order, visit sunrisegreens.com.

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Heidi Chan

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Optimistic and jolly, she declares the kitchen her happy place—a space of inspiration, comfort and achievement. Her favourite pastime: feasting on food videos with a bag of Cheetos in hand.

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