Online supermarket SEND can have your groceries delivered in 15 minutes or less
Grocery delivery is nothing new but how about receiving them in 15 minutes or less? That’s what a new delivery-only supermarket called SEND is promising.
SEND is re-inventing the supermarket and changing the way Australian customers can shop for groceries.
Users are able to browse and select using this app good which guarantees a delivery time of 15 minutes or less.
But you will need to live within 2km of a SEND shop location to get your items in 15 minutes or less.
At the moment customers in Sydney’s inner city and inner west (see locations below) or in South Melbourne, Albert Park, Southbank and Melbourne’s CBD to get that speedy delivery.
SEND is the new tech alternative to your traditional supermarket visit with no need to wait at the checkout and no need to scan a QR code either.
Now users can avoid long lines and the after-work rush for groceries.
SEND will be able to restock your pantry quickly and easily with local produce at the same retail price that you would find in regular supermarkets.
The pandemic has prevented customers from dining out so preparing home cooked meals is more popular than ever.
It’s this current life trend that was the inspiration for SEND founder Rob Adams to create the platform that he’s built for this new world we are living in.
Adams had the most vulnerable members of the community in mind when he created the app.
SEND is a safe and reliable solution for those who are after a contact list and convenient way to complete their weekly shop.
“SEND is redefining the way an entire generation shops for groceries and daily essentials, making it possible to get the things you need delivered in under 15 minutes”, says SEND Founder, Rob Adams.
“After witnessing such huge success for fast-paced grocery services in other markets including Europe and USA, we’re super excited to begin servicing pretty much all the suburbs in and around Sydney and Melbourne CBD with our sights firmly set on a national offering.”
This new service puts at customers fingertips the ability to get that last minute ingredient or stock up on household supplies.
Grocery deliveries are nothing new but retail giants Coles and Woolworths take three to four days to deliver.
“Australian supermarket giants promote the idea of a big weekly shop; however, consumers don’t have time to curate long lists of groceries and spend hours shopping,” Adams says.
“SEND addresses this gap in the market by making it possible to get what you need when it comes to mind, removing the element of planning ahead.”
SEND it’s planning to open stores across the country from August and beyond starting with Alexandria, Potts point and Camperdown in Sydney with South Bank, Melbourne set to go live by the end of September.
Users can download the SEND app free on the App Store and Google Play Store.
Current SEND Shop delivery locations include:
- Kings Cross
- Potts Point
- Surry Hills
- Elizabeth Bay
- City CBD
- Moore Park
- South Melbourne
- Albert Park