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  1. hridhaya

    hridhaya Gold IL'ite

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    Hi,

    I would like to know if there are any websites for online grocery shopping in Bangalore. If so, how is the quality of the brand they sell?

    I find the store visit time consuming and want to avoid it.

    I googled and found this website called eCityIndia - Bangalore's Online Home Shopping Portal- Groceries | Appliances | Stationery | Consumer Durables - all home delivered. It appears to be a reliable website by some reviews. They offer service only in Bangalore. Will give a try soon and find out if it works.

    Only disadvantage in online grocery shopping is that the quality of the brand is not visible, hence some hesitancy in buying.

    Please share if anyone has experience here. Thanks in advance
     
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  2. orion80

    orion80 Platinum IL'ite

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    I heard of such online shopping store for Hyd but hearing for the first time in Bangalore. Maybe you can start by purchasing brands that you are already using and if you feel the service is good, you can move on to other brands.

    Waiting for your review on the site...
     
  3. hridhaya

    hridhaya Gold IL'ite

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    Thanks for the reply Orion

    I am planning to make some purchases for a lesser amount and known items and check it out. Will provide a feedback for sure
     
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    Oh great!
    Share the link pls.
     
  5. hrastro

    hrastro Platinum IL'ite

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    check zopnow.com
     
  6. shashikamath

    shashikamath New IL'ite

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    Hi

    both Zopnow and Bigbasket.com are good.
    I once took a risk and ordered veggies from bigbasket. they were decent, and quality was same as you get in local markets. Delivery takes more than 16 hours i think..

    only difference is zopnow delivers within 3-4 hours, and they do not have veggies.

    apart from that, it really saves time on our precious sundays for working mothers like me!!
     
  7. smithajeevanp

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    you can check bigbasket.com also along with zopnow.com
    both r good.
     
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    I use bigbasket mostly and find it very satisfactory in terms of quality of products, prices and timely delivery!!
     
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    Tried bigbasket recently and it was really good. Quality of veggies was decent. Planning to utilize this facility more
     
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    I used bigbasket in bangalore for several months, and have almost always had satisfactory quality items from them. No complaints at all about the non perishables - rate and quality wise, totally acceptable. I used to buy vegetables and fruits also with them. The bananas were rather raw sometimes, and we stopped buying smaller fruit there, but melons etc were good. Veggies are good about 80% of the time. Occasionally, they are a little older than we would like, especially root veggies.
     

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