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Grab Accelerates Expansion of Deliveries Across Southeast Asia

  • The service, GrabMart, goes live in 50 cities in the region
  • Grab gears up to deliver groceries, beverages and essentials
In Singapore and Indonesia, consumers can now order fresh produce and premium meats from urban farmers and local suppliers.

In Singapore and Indonesia, consumers can now order fresh produce and premium meats from urban farmers and local suppliers.

Photographer: Samsul Said/Bloomberg

Grab Holdings Inc., Southeast Asia’s ride-hailing giant, is expanding delivery services from convenience stores and supermarkets across 50 cities in the region.

The Singapore-based startup said it has teamed up with 3,000 stores as it accelerates delivery of groceries, toilet paper, packaged snacks and beverages to cater to consumers mostly stuck at home during the coronavirus pandemic. Grab provided the service in two countries before the Covid-19 outbreak, and it’s now available in eight, adding the likes of Myanmar and Cambodia.