Throughout this whole pandemic, delivery platforms have been a real life saver for everyone due to the services that they provide such as delivering food to your doorstep and even sending out packages.
Since the virus is still lingering with cases increasing day by day, some people are still reluctant to come out and buy daily essentials thus depending on ordering their things online.
Recognising this situation and potential expansion is Malaysia’s leading delivery platform, Foodpanda, as it has introduced its latest grocery delivery service, Pandamart – an on-demand delivery service for groceries, household essentials, beauty products, fresh produce and even over the counter medication delivered directly from its own storage facilities.
Pandamart offers customers the utmost convenience of more than 3,500 daily essential products delivered straight to their doorstep in as fast as 20 minutes with competitive pricing and assured quality.
This new service in Foodpanda offers a wide range of products to cover all your daily needs having more than 3,500 items from 100 international and local brands. Therefore it is now available in at least 25 locations around Malaysia which include:
- Bangsar,Setapak, Subang, Ampang / Cheras, Bukit Tinggi, Bukit Jalil, Petaling Jaya, KLCC, Puchong, Balakong, Kajang, Setia Alam, Kota Damansara, Shah Alam, Ara Damansara, Selayang, Sungai Buloh, Cyberjaya, Bayan Lepas, Georgetown/Jelutong, Perai/Bukit Mertajam, Mount Austin, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Permas Jaya, and Mont Kiara.
This Pandamart service first went online in July and has been getting so much engagement so far as the most ordered items by individuals among their 3,500 product variety include essential items such as mineral water, eggs, milk, frozen meat and even ice cream.
If this Pandamart idea has already caught your interest and you’re now wondering where you will be able to find it in the app or website, fret not as we have a guide for you!
The only thing you’d have to worry about is if Pandamart would be available in your neighbourhood or not and bear in mind that the service is not 24 hours due to the SOP operation hours.
Pandamart also comes with a lot of leniencies too, as customers are able to order things for other people and if you’re keen on ordering a week’s worth of groceries, nothing is stopping you to do that too. The best part of it all is that the service allows customers to pay via cash on delivery or credit card/debit card.
“We have now entered the era of quick commerce, alongside a parallel shift in consumer lifestyles and preferences all across the globe. Speed and convenience are becoming more important than ever before” as said by Foodpanda Malaysia’s Director of Dark Stores, Ashutosh Gandhi.
We’re glad that Foodpanda is advancing their services in order to cater to customers’ needs especially during a time where going out will put you at risk of contracting the virus.