Online Supermarket & Grocery Delivery Service Mart.NG Launches in Abuja, Nigeria

Mart.NG, an online supermarket and grocery delivery service has launched to offer consumers, personal and convenient online grocery shopping experience in Abuja, Nigeria promising to deliver the best and fresh products at the most affordable prices, in under 59 minutes.

According to Frank Umeadi, Co-founder & CEO, Mart.NG., “Mart.ng wants to offer you a personal and convenient online grocery shopping experience in Abuja, Nigeria. We want to deliver in 59 minutes, your fresh fruits, vegetables, household items, toiletries, drinks, beverages, health & beauty products, food cupboard, babies & child care products, office supplies and lots more.”

Umeadi says the firm has done and recorded an enticing number of offline deliveries in Abuja for the past 1 year, taking orders via phone and WhatsApp and we thought and believed that it’s the time to break out and take it all.

The product categories on the website include fresh fruitsvegetableshousehold itemstoiletriesdrinksbeverageshealth & beauty productsfood cupboardbabies & child care productsoffice supplieshot foods and lots more.

The company offers you the best prices that you can’t get anywhere else because products are readily sourced directly from the producers. Currently, the 59 minutes delivery (Express) channel is exclusive to some major towns in Abuja;  Asokoro, Wuse I, Wuse II, Maitama, Guzape, Utako, Central Business District, Garki I and Garki II.

To effectively achieve this feat, the company employs well-trained shoppers that reside close to the various towns. These shoppers carefully do the shopping most times at the supermarkets (H-Medix, Sahad Stores, Next CashnCarry, EvePhill etc.) in collaboration with Mart.NG and deliver straight to the customer’s doorstep in as low as 59 minutes. Other towns are being served under the standard same-day delivery channel.

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The firm aims to stay focused on Abuja before expanding to other cities.

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