Food Supply Companies That Deliver During MCO

Food Supply Companies That Deliver During MCO

With the recent announcement of the extension of the Movement Control Order up to 14 April, many of us are left wondering how we are going to get our groceries if we are to remain home during this time, especially if we want to also minimise contact with others in order to “flatten the curve” of COVID-19. Some hypermarkets like Giant are already implementing special measures like limiting the number of shoppers to 50 at a time and ensuring that all who enter the hypermarkets must be wearing a face mask at all times. Are there other convenient alternatives? The answer is yes. We have compiled a list of food supply companies that are open during this time to provide Malaysians with a delivery service to our homes.

Nationwide Delivery

The following food supply companies are able to deliver to all parts of Malaysia.

Fresh and Frozen Produce+Dry Goods

  • Lazada
    • Everyone knows Lazada, but not everyone knows Lazada also sells groceries, including fresh produce.
    • Availability of products and delivery fees depend on individual merchants on Lazada.
  • Bigbox Asia
    • Bigbox Asia delivers dry goods as well as chilled and frozen goods.
    • Dry goods are delivered nationwide, but chilled and frozen goods are only limited to delivery within Klang Valley.
    • Their delivery rate is as follows:
      • Semenanjung Malaysia: RM6 for the first 3 kilogrammes, RM3 for additional subsequent kilogrammes.
      • Sabah: RM16.50 for the first kilogramme, RM11.70 for additional subsequent kilogrammes.
      • Sarawak: RM14.50 for the first kilogramme, RM9 for additional subsequent kilogrammes.
      • An additional RM15 surcharge per order will be imposed on chilled, frozen and bulky goods.
      • Orders above RM100 are eligible for free delivery.
  • PG Mall
    • PG Mall is an online shopping platform founded by Public Gold Group Founder and Executive Chairman Dato’ Wira Louis Ng Chun Hau. It sells various goods including electronics and groceries.
  • Seafood Hamper
    • Seafood Hamper delivers frozen imported seafood and meats such as Australian lamb and beef.
    • They provide free delivery for purchases within the Klang Valley that are above RM180 and charge a RM35 delivery fee for delivery to all other areas.
    • Currently, they are providing several Buy 1 Free 1 promotions for their products to promote the online purchasing of their goods due to the Movement Control Order.

Dry Goods only

  • Youbeli
    • Youbeli is an e-commerce company that allows individual sellers to use its website as their online store much like Lazada. Apart from things like electronics and toys, they also have merchants selling dry groceries and frozen seafood.
    • There is no fixed delivery rate; delivery rates depend on the product and merchant.
  • Redtick Plus
    • Redtick Plus delivers snacks, noodles, and beverages, as well as health and beauty products.
    • Delivery fee is a flat rate of RM8 for the first product and RM2 for each additional product.
  • MyIndianGrocery
    • MyIndianGrocery specialises in delivering Indian-centric vegetarian & health products.
    • Delivery charges are RM6.50 for every 5 kg.

Organic Food

  • Organic Express Malaysia
    • Organic Express delivers both organic dry goods like cereals, noodles, and dry mushrooms as well as organic fresh and frozen products like vegetables, fruits, eggs, and seafood.
    • However, while they are able to deliver dry goods nationwide, their delivery for fresh and frozen products are only limited to Penang, Klang Valley, Seremban, Melaka & Johor.
    • As of their 24 March 2020 update, they are completely suspending new fresh produce orders until further notice due to overwhelming logistics and demand.
    • Their delivery is via PosLaju, so standard PosLaju rates apply. Free delivery is available for orders above RM100 for West Malaysia and orders above RM200 for East Malaysia.
  • Signature Market
    • Signature Market delivers organic snacks and cooking ingredients such as rice, noodles and beans.
    • Shipping fees for orders below RM100 are RM10 for West Malaysia, and RM10 + RM35 for logistic surcharge for East Malaysia. Orders above RM100 receive free shipping, but the RM35 logistic surcharge for East Malaysia remains unchanged.
  • BMS Organics
    • BMS Organics is an organic vegetarian cafe that doubles as a shop for organic vegetarian groceries and even skincare products from many brands that they carefully choose from only those that passed the GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) recognised internationally.
    • Apart from groceries, they also provide organic vegetarian meal deliveries.
    • Their delivery rates are RM15 for the first 6 kg to Peninsular Malaysia and RM1 for each additional kg, and RM25 for the first 2 kg to East Malaysia and RM15 for each additional kg. Orders above RM150 in a single transaction receive free shipping within West Malaysia only.
  • Love Earth
    • Love Earth delivers organic snacks, dried fruits and nuts.
    • They even deliver to select parts of Singapore.
    • Register as a member and you can earn Love Earth Points for every RM spent which can also be used as cashback.
    • Delivery is via Ninja Van, and delivery fees start from RM5 to both East and West Malaysia. Orders above RM150 receive free delivery in West Malaysia, and orders above RM250 receive free delivery in East Malaysia.

Food Supply Companies with Limited Coverage

The following food supply companies have limited coverage.

Klang Valley Only:

  • Pantry Express
    • Pantry Express delivers dry groceries, household goods like insect repellants and detergents, and first aid supplies as well as beauty products.
    • A flat rate delivery fee starting from RM8 depending on speed of delivery applies regardless of order size. Deliveries outside their listed coverage areas but within the Klang Valley will be charged between RM15 and RM30
  • Potboy Groceries
    • Potboy Groceries deliver dry groceries and beverages.
    • Delivery is free with no minimum purchase.
    • Their current backlog is so extensive that certain purchases would take weeks to fulfil.
  • GrocerExpress
    • GrocerExpress delivers dry groceries, household goods and kitchen accessories.
    • A flat rate of RM3 for orders before 5 pm and RM5 for orders after 5 pm applies for next-day delivery, with same-day delivery coming soon.
    • Deliveries are only to Petaling Jaya, and only from Monday to Friday.
  • Redtick
    • Redtick delivers dry groceries as well as chilled and frozen products and fresh foods including seafood.
    • Delivery charges are between RM10 to RM15 depending on the delivery timeslot selected.
    • Delivery is limited to certain areas within the Klang Valley.
  • MyFishman
    • MyFishman is a seafood delivery specialist with a variety of options, including Freshbox which is a seafood subscription package for weekly or biweekly deliveries.
    • Minimum order is RM100, and delivery charge per box is RM15 to RM20, with free delivery for purchases above RM300 in a single trip.
    • They currently only deliver to KL city, PJ, Bangsar, Mont Kiara, Segambut, Puchong, USJ, Subang, Kota Kemuning, Shah Alam, Ampang, Kepong and Sungai Buloh.
  • MySeafoodMart
    • MySeafoodMart delivers seafood from Pulau Ketam to most of Klang Valley every day between 2 pm and 8 pm.
    • Delivery fee is RM15, and purchases above RM200 receive free delivery.

Beyond Klang Valley

  • GrabMart
    • Grab allows purchases of groceries via their Grab app, depending on the shops near the user that deliver through GrabMart.
    • Delivery fee starts from RM5.
    • Deliveries are currently only to Klang Valley, Johor Bahru, Penang, Kota Kinabalu, Kuching, Melaka, and Ipoh.
  • HappyFresh
    • HappyFresh delivers goods from supermarkets and speciality stores from around the address of the user.
    • Service fee is dependent on the store, delivery distance, as well as time slot, selected, with some stores having extended areas that come with an additional charge of RM1 per km.
    • Delivery coverage is limited to Klang Valley, Penang island and Johor.
  • Tesco Online
    • Tesco Online allows users to shop online and purchase goods from Tesco without having to leave the house and visit the premises.
    • However, as of 23 March 2020, Tesco Online users are limited to 3 items per customer on every product line to allow more people to acquire their daily essentials.
    • Service charge varies according to items purchased.
    • Tesco Online currently only delivers to selected cities and towns within Klang Valley, Penang, Johor Bahru, and Seremban.
  • Fish Club
    • Fish Club specialises in delivering fresh seafood—as soon as the fish are brought on shore, they are cleaned and frozen, then delivered to customers within 48 hours.
    • Deliveries are only every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday for Johor Bahru, and Thursdays only for KL and Penang.
    • Due to the Movement Control Order, their delivery is currently restricted to Johor only.
    • Depending on your location in Johor, free delivery applies for either purchases of RM100 and above or RM200 and above.

And there you have it. These food supply companies are still operating as of the time of this publication, so if you are looking for online shopping for your groceries and other food requirements, these are the sites you are looking for. Do you have any other recommendations of your own? Share them with the rest of the readers of FlyKLIA in the comments section down below!

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