Tens of thousands of people all around Malta have had to suddenly shift their grocery shopping experience online as life continues indoors. This has led to some worrying waiting times for essential food and household supplies… which is why a new supermarket has come to save the day.
The island’s latest grocery destination comes in the form of myfood.mt, an online-only supermarket aimed at one thing: quick deliveries of essential supplies.
Accessible from both mobile and desktop without the need for yet another app download, the newly-launched site offers a user-friendly online shopping experience which aims to drastically reduce the waiting time for available delivery slots.
Promising deliveries within 24 hours, myfood’s aim is to have next-day deliveries for all orders placed before 6pm (unless maximum capacity has been reached)… and it’s all down to a collaboration between the online supermarket and one of the island’s premier technology-driven cab companies.
Using a sweet tech marriage between myfood and eCabs, your orders are instantly dispatched for your shopping list’s trip, with all orders being delivered one at a time to each customer individually.
Picking up your groceries from the online-only, dedicated warehouse, where your orders are first packed with love and then personally delivered straight to your doorstep, saving you the inconvenience (and potential danger) of leaving the safety of your home.
A service charge of €2.50 applies to all orders between Mondays and Saturdays irrespective of size and €5 for deliveries on Sundays. This goes towards making sure all of the above is covered…
and you’ll even get your first shop free of service charge!
With quick deliveries as myfood’s goal, you can even book your delivery up to six days in advance!
The whole process is entirely contactless, and every team member is trained to make sure the highest levels of hygiene are kept all throughout.
Acting as your personal shopper for groceries you may need in these trying times, myfood’s new online portal will make sure Malta gets the essentials it needs, right when it needs them!