VietNamNet Bridge – Grocery shopping services are expected to develop strongly in Vietnam as people want to order food and essential goods without having to leave their homes or offices. In early December 2015, Cung Mua began providing Green Bag, a grocery shopping service in inner HCM City. This is the first app in Vietnam that allows clients to order vegetables and meat. More than 10,000 customers have reportedly installed the app and used the service. Orders will be delivered within one hour with a fee of VND25,000. According to Ho Quang Khanh, CEO of Cung Mua, the service is now in high demand. Vietnamese are familiar with online shopping, but they still cannot buy fresh food online. “I hope we will have 200,000 customers in one year,” Khanh said. Cung Mua acts as the intermediary party which connects customers and clean food & vegetables from well-known retailers such as Big C, Vissan and Cmart. Grocery shopping services are expected to develop strongly in Vietnam as people want to order food and essential goods without having to leave their homes or offices. Besides the service fee Cung Mua collects from customers, it can also get discounts from suppliers. Di Sieu… Read full this story
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