E-Grocery Stores Delivering Essentials In Delhi

Grocery shops in your area are open till six in the evening, and your office work ending at seven? Can’t pick up a suitable time to get your essentials from the local stores? Worry not. To cater to your needs amid the COVID-19 lockdown, many stores on the internet have started home delivery services now. Here are a few of them.

1. Grofers

When we talk about one of the best websites to get our groceries delivered, Grofers doesn’t need much introduction. Though they have limited delivery slots now, they are offering a wide range of products from vegetables, fruits and breakfast items to kitchen appliances, personal care and even pet essentials. What’s more, while ordering your items, you can even do a good deed by paying a tip for the delivery guy, who will take all the efforts to bring the items to you amid the crisis.

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2. Dunzo

Want your items to be delivered on the same day of your order placement? Dunzo might get you sorted. This online mart tries to get your items delivered within a minimum of 45 minutes. At Dunzo, you can order fruits, vegetables, groceries and even meat and fish. They deliver dishes from nearby restaurants as well.

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3. Big Bazaar

After the curfew, since you can’t go to their megastores for shopping, retail chain Big Bazaar has started providing essentials online. The best part is, if you happen to be their member, you can redeem points too and use them later to get discounts. Remember, their website is now available only on mobile devices.

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Also Read: Retail Chain Big Bazaar Will Deliver All Essentials At Your Doorstep During The COVID-19 Lockdown

4.  Spencer’s Retail

If you’re a fitness freak, this is the online store you must count on. Along with regular groceries and packaged food, they have organic options too. Apart from that, you can also learn some delicious recipes from its website.

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5. Zomato

Yes, you read that right. Along with ready-to-eat grubs from restaurants, Zomato is now delivering groceries too by tying up with local vendors. Simply open the Zomato app and click on the new add-on, Zomato Market. You will get multiple store options there. You can select a particular store, order your needs and get them at your doorstep in about 60 minutes. The option is available in the app.

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6. Nature’s Basket

From various types of fresh artisanal bread to exotic vegetables, you can purchase staples from here which you might not get on other websites. And they too have some ‘budget-friendly recipes’ uploaded on their website. The recipes might actually turn your home into a restaurant. So, go to their website, pick up the secret ingredients and bring out the MasterChef within you.

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7. Jag’s Fresh

The guys at Jag’s Fresh deliver groceries 24/7. They have all the essential items that you might need at home to make through this hard time smoothly. If you have a closed one’s birthday at home that has fallen amid lockdown, you can order an adorable fruit basket too for that person from this website.

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8. Easyday Club

The website is accessible only on mobile now. They are offering food items and other essentials from reputed Indian brands like Parle, Patanjali and Amul at affordable prices.

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While ordering the essentials online, keep one thing in mind that your delivery might be delayed as demands are high now. So, whenever you find an available slot, try to order as many items as you need at one go. Keep a list ready with you beforehand. And yes, do try to opt for contactless delivery.

 

Suchismita Pal
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