List of online grocers
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This is a list of notable online grocers. Online grocers are grocery stores that allow private individuals and businesses to purchase groceries and grocery products online. The companies then deliver the orders to consumers.
- Giant Hypermarket Online – in Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Indonesia, Cambodia and formerly Vietnam
- Honestbee – founded in 2012 by Joel sng (online supermarket in Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand)
- Amazon Fresh
- Big Bazaar
- Flipkart Grocery Store
- Nature's Basket
- Spencer's Retail
- Coles Online – an online retail website operated by Coles Supermarkets, one of Australia's largest companies
- Harris Farm Markets Online Home Delivery
- Woolworths Supermarket Online
- Migros Online (formerly LeShop.ch) – a Swiss online supermarket and one of Europe’s largest online grocery stores
- Co-op Food
- Farmdrop (defunct) – an online food delivery company that distributes foods to consumers that is sourced from local farmers and fishermen
- Marks & Spencer – via a partnership with Ocado
- Morrisons – systems and delivery outsourced to Ocado
- Sainsbury's Online
- Grocery Gateway – acquired by Longo's in 2004
- Sustainable Produce Urban Delivery – an online grocery service operating along the west coast of North America that predominantly focuses in organic groceries
- Thrifty Foods
- Amazon Prime Pantry – a service of Amazon.com available only to Amazon Prime members
- AmazonFresh (membership-based)
- Blue Apron
- Crowd Cow
- Google Shopping, previously Google Express (personal shopper service)
- Home Chef – a Chicago, Illinois-based weekly meal kit company that delivers pre-portioned ingredients and recipes to subscribers
- Instacart (personal shopper service)
- My Cloud Grocer – a grocery eCommerce software platform for the supermarket chains
- Peapod (East Coast)
- Safeway Inc.
- Shipt (membership-based personal shopper service)
- Whole Foods
- Winder Farms (West Coast)
- FreshDirect (New York/New Jersey/Connecticut/Pennsylvania/Delaware/Washington D.C)
- Giant Eagle (PA/OH)
- Hy-Vee's Aisles Online (Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Wisconsin)
- Kroger (CO/WY/TX)
- OurHarvest (NYC via Uber)
- Pink Dot (Los Angeles)
- Vons (Southern California)
- Jet (dry goods only)
- HomeGrocer (defunct, one of the first online supermarket businesses)
- Kozmo.com (defunct but possibly re-launching)
- Webvan (defunct)
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