Grab Has A New Service That Lets You Order Groceries, Fruits, And Beauty Products

GrabMart is being beta-tested in selected areas within the Klang Valley.

Cover image via Alyssa J. Oon/SAYS & New Straits Times

Grab is really living up to its name as a 'lifestyle app' with its latest service: GrabMart

Previously available in Thailand, Grab has launched a beta test of the goods delivery service today, 18 November.

Using GrabMart, users can order grocery items, fruits, flowers, and health and beauty products

In theory, it works a lot like GrabFood and utilises both its riders and GrabExpress riders to have a customer's items delivered on-demand. reported that some of the stores already available on the service are Guardian, Caring, MyNews, MBG, MPH, BIG Pharmacy, Kiara Supermarket, and Utama Florist.

Users will need to head to the 'Food' category within their app to access GrabMart

You'll then see an icon that says 'Mart (Beta)'.

After tapping on it, you'll be shown a list of merchants that are available.

Select your preferred merchant, add items to your cart, then checkout as you would on any e-commerce platform.

SoyaCincau reported that the delivery fees vary between RM5 to RM9.

Recently, Grab made a pledge to be an eco-friendly service by automatically opting users out of taking plastic cutlery:

Meanwhile, Taobao fans no longer need to shop online as the e-commerce giant will be opening a physical store in Malaysia this month:

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