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Nigeria’s Oveem Store Wants to Deliver All Your Fruits & Vegetables Fast

by Sam Wakoba
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1450939_244269422394323_1817255785_nOveem Store is a new online fruits and vegetables shopping and delivery site, operating primarily in Lagos. The shopping and delivery platform for fruits and vegetables has gone live to help meet the high demands of the Nigerian consuming society and minimize the traffic gridlocks experienced by regular shoppers who go to local shops to do their daily/weekly fruits and veggies shopping.

Josiah Uma, the founder told TechMoran that he hopes to utilize  technology to simplify customers daily shopping experience of fruits and vegetables in Nigeria and also, to encourage Nigerians to eat healthier for less. The online grocery store also has a choice recipes of healthy meals which require very simple and easy steps to prepare and ensure that people’s diet is balanced as well as varied.

“We provide ingredients for these meals, from rare imported fruits such as strawberries, blueberries and cherries to readily available vegetables and herbs, cabbages, lettuce, chives, spinach, ewedu and pumpkin leaves. Oveem Store believes that fresh ingredients and quality food lead to nutritious, delicious meals,” Uma told TechMoran

“We travel far and near to bring our customers the very best — right to their front doors. We deliver fresh bags of Oveem Store goodies every week directly to customers’ homes/offices depending on where they choose. Products are delivered by our highly trained delivery agents (bikemen) within 24 hours of order, to allow time for proper packaging and ensure freshness. However, customers can also pick a delivery date that suits them upon purchase,” he added.

Oveem Store aims to save the time wasted on grocery shopping so as parents can have more time for their children, family, friends, and or read and write their books. The recipes section also comes in handy for planning the meals.


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