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Online groceries to check out when you can't leave your house

The recent implementation of community quarantine in Metro Manila to help contain the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has caused panic among Filipinos, who then swarmed grocery stores to stock up on goods.

But there's no need to panic. Apart from the government saying the movement of goods to and from Metro Manila will not be affected by the quarantine, groceries in malls have remained opened.

Besides, there are online grocery stories that will deliver goods right to your doorstep. Allow us to list them below

1. PushKart

PushKart is the online grocery store of Fisher Supermarket. It has an app, in addition to its website, where shoppers must log- n before any grocery shopping can be done. While PushKart touts its next-day delivery, there are limited delivery slots. Cash and credit card payment options are accepted; delivery fees start at P120. Website. Facebook.

2. WalterMart

Customers also need to create an account and log in on WalterMart's website to accomplish their grocery shopping. They can place their orders at anytime but orders placed 6 p.m. and beyond are considered next-day orders. There is a same-day delivery options, but again, shoppers must select their preferred delivery slot. In this time of COVID-19 however, delivery slots get full quickly, so perhaps another option: store pick-ups are possible. Website. Facebook.

3. Marketa 

Marketa is a lifestyle grocery shop that champions local brands. Apart from food and beverage, there are also beauty and wellness products, art, and fashion, and even home improvement. Pin your location, go shopping, choose delivery options, pay, and then wait for your goods. Website. Facebook.

4. LazMart

LazMart is Lazada's grocery store, and much like the online shop, it has pretty much everything. It also functions like Lazada, so shopping for groceries should be familiar to most of us. WebsiteFacebook.

5. Landers

Landers offers same-day delivery with seven delivery slots a day. Delivery fees start at P19 but Landers will waive it when you hit P6,000 on your groceries. Of course you need to be a member. Website. Facebook.

6. MetroMart

With partners like Robinsons' Watsons, S&R, National Bookstore, and Pet Express to name a few, you can expect MetroMart to be able to cover your grocery needs. It currently services 17 locations including Antipolo, Cainta, Las Pinas, and Montalban. Website. Facebook

7. The Green Grocer

For your healthy provisions — fruits and vegetables! — as well as other maselan things like baby care, bottled products, and such, swing by The Green Grocer. Order during the weekend for a weekday delivery, or during weekday for a weekend delivery. You can pay through cash on delivery, credit card or paypal. Website. Facebook.