Living in bustling Kuala Lumpur can sometimes be stressful because one can be caught in heavy traffic just heading out to purchase groceries.
Now with just a swipe on your smartphone, HappyFresh revolutionises the grocery shopping experience unlike any other online grocery delivery service application.
Partnering with some of the biggest names in retail such as MBG Fruitshop, Sam’s Groceria and Farmer’s Market, HappyFresh has now included Jasons Food Hall into their expanding list of partnering retailers.
Jasons Food Hall provides local and international products in the vicinity of Bangsar and Kuala Lumpur.
“The partnership between Jasons Food Hall and HappyFresh is an opportunity to increase visibility and coverage to the rising number of consumers who use digital platform as their primary means of purchasing goods and services,” said GCH Retail (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd operations director Ernest Potgieter, on the partnership with Jasons Food Hall.
In line with HappyFresh’s first year anniversary, the delivery application’s partnership with Jasons Food Hall was also launched in commemoration with its commencement in the Malaysian market.
Since its inception in 2014, HappyFresh has been expanding globally, broadening its platforms in Asian cities such as Jakarta, Surabaya, Bangkok and Taipei.
The company is also looking to expand its services outside the Klang Valley, such as Penang, Johor Baru and other South-East Asian capitals such as Manila.
HappyFresh is an online grocery shopping service that enables customers to conveniently pick and order fresh food and ingredients from a select range of supermarkets and promises to deliver to its customer’s doorstep within one hour from when the order is placed.
For details on HappyFresh, visit www.happyfresh.com, or download the HappyFresh application online on Google’s Play Store.