Foodpanda Singapore now includes groceries and household items delivery
Partnering with over 1,000 retailers nationwide, foodpanda said that customers can now order convenience products, groceries, beauty, and baby care products and have them delivered to their doorsteps within 25 minutes or less.
For fruit, bread, and groceries needs, foodpanda partners with Hao Mart, followed by a partnership with The Fishwives to give access to an assortment of cheese, fresh and canned fish, and fresh herbs.
As for snacks and batteries, foodpanda will provide ranges of products from Caltex Starmart. Traditional Chinese Medicine remedies are supplied by Eu Yang Sang.
For specially arranged flower bouquet, customers will be able to order from LilasBlooms or Toki, while busy parents can order mother and baby care products from Mothercare on-demand.
foodpanda also partners with Nordic Exposure, offering organic essential oils and natural skincare products; as well as Aureo Asia, offering Dione ice cream and Guylian Belgium milk chocolate and coffee drinks.
This new retailers are added into the brands like TigerNow, Wine Connection and The B.I.G Wine Company, who have the added benefit of accepting orders after 10.30pm.
“Over the past year, from the feedback we’ve received from our customers, it was clear that they wanted to enjoy even more convenience in their everyday lives. Our goal is to deliver what our customers need straight to their doors and save them time,” said Luc Andreani, Managing Director of foodpanda Singapore.
Andreani further said that the expansion is a “natural extension” of the company’s ultimate goal to “deliver services that bring even more convenience and experiences to Singaporeans’ everyday lives”.
The expansion also saw foodpanda’s technology upgrades with its product and engineering teams. Within the last three months, foodpanda said that it has added 100 engineers in Singapore to optimise its back end technology, with a goal to hire up to 300 by the end of this year.
In 2018 foodpanda launched a dine-in restaurant in the country and introduced “Pick-Up” – claimed to be the first of such sustainable service for a Singapore food delivery company.