Five Best Online Grocery Delivery Services in Hong Kong

Looking for the best online grocery delivery services in Hong Kong? 

Sick of lugging your groceries back home? Or just wanting to social distance? Whichever the case, we have you covered. This article provides details on our favorite online grocery delivery sites for home deliveries in Hong Kong.

I’m sure you want to get shopping so, I’m going to tell you where to go to buy:

  • Household items & health supplements
  • Supermarket items
  • Organic fruit & vegetables
  • Responsibly sourced seafood

1. iHerb

Household items & health supplements

Don’t let the name fool you, iHerb sells a wide range of products. Products they sell include not only groceries but also health supplements and electronics. You can expect to pay less for items purchased via iHerb than when you buy the same items from physical stores in Hong Kong.

Some of our favorite iHerb products include spices (turmeric, cinnamon, pre-brew coffee spice), maple syrup, and almond flour. Besides, iHerb offers a vast range of vitamins, protein powder, and baby food.

iHerb tends to sell well-known, North American, high-quality brands. Consequently, they also offer many organic products. Are you looking for organic acai powder, organic lip balm, or organic spicy guacamole mix? Well, they have it! 

Importantly, in recent years, they have been shipping many products out of their large distribution center in South Korea. Consequently, you can expect your products to arrive fairly quickly (often within 2-3 days).

Orders over $158 get free shipping!
iHerbwww.hk.iherb.com

2. Marketplace by Jasons’

Supermarket items

Many supermarkets offer online shopping, including ParknShop, WellcomeMarketplace by Jasons, city’super, and Great Food Hall.

However, our favorite supermarket to order online groceries from is Marketplace by Jasons. There is a simple reason for this: Marketplace by Jasons’ service is excellent! If there are any issues with your order (for example, if a product is suddenly out of stock), they will call you immediately to offer you a solution.

All of these supermarkets offer free delivery as long as you meet their minimum spending threshold. This threshold is generally between $500-$800.

3. Eat FRESH

Organic fruit & vegetables

Initially created by three Hong Kong moms, Eat FRESH sources its produce from farmers in the New Territories. The company’s organic food is certified by the Hong Kong Organic Resource Centre. 

Two health coaches now run the firm. They publish amazing articles and recipes about health and sustainable healthy living. Recipes they offer include Middle Eastern eggplant wrap, crustless quiche, and crispy Indian okra. Simply delicious! 

Eat FRESH offers subscription plans or an a la carte selection.

As of May 2020, they deliver twice a week to Hong Kong Island on Tuesdays and Fridays. They deliver to Kowloon and New Territories, once a week on Wednesdays. Free delivery is available on orders of $360 or more for delivery to HK Island.

Eat FRESH, 9786 9053.

4. Homegrown Foods

Organic fruit & vegetables

Launched in 2010, Homegrown Foods sells local agricultural products from the northern New Territories of Hong Kong.

Products they offer include organic honey, curly kale, and okra. It should be noted, you can choose items on an individual basis, or you can subscribe to a box plan.

If you select the box plan, you will get a regular delivery of fruit and vegetables for the next three, 12, or 24 months. Free delivery is available on orders of $458 or more; otherwise, there is a $100 delivery fee.

Homegrown Foods, 2671 2771, info@homegrownfoods.com.hk.

5. Pacific Rich

Responsibly sourced seafood

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Selling fresh and frozen seafood, Pacific Rich’s fundamental principle is to provide a selection of 100% responsibly sourced seafood.

The company takes the concept of sustainability and responsible sourcing very seriously. Moreover, they have partnerships with many large Hong Kong companies (including Shangri-La, Cathay Pacific), whom they work with to promote the concept of sustainability.

Pacific Rich offers a lot of different fish, including Pacific halibut, tuna, Atlantic cod, barramundi, and pomfret. In addition, they also sell packed smoked seafood.

Currently, they offer free delivery for all orders. You can get your items delivered the next day if you order before 10:30 am.

Pacific Rich, 2316 7290, csgeneral@pacificrich.com.hk.

 

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