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FairPrice launches mobile supermarket in Singapore

Singapore supermarket chain FairPrice has launched a mobile grocery service dubbed ‘FairPrice on Wheels’, delivering essential groceries closer to customers’ homes.

With FairPrice on Wheels, customers living far away from supermarkets can now buy products from FairPrice’s vans parked near their home. Essential products include rice, milk, eggs, canned products, vegetables and toiletries. FairPrice has imposed purchase limits on these products as per below:

“While we encourage everyone to stay home during the circuit breaker period, we also understand that there may be people who do not have the option to have their groceries purchased on their behalf,” said FairPrice Group CEO Seah Kian Peng.

“Therefore, we aim to bring daily essentials closer to their homes, especially for seniors, so that they do not have to spend too much time away from home.”

FairPrice on Wheels is available in five locations: Commonwealth Link, Telok Blangah Crescent, Telok Blangah Rise, Kampong Glam Community Club and Jalan Kukoh. More locations will be added soon.

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