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Online grocery launched

 

A store-to-door service was launched by Lopue’s San Sebastian in Bacolod City, through the My Suki application, that makes it the first full online grocery store in the region, its press release said.

As the world shifts to a new normal, so will the grocery shopping experience, and Lopue’s San Sebastian is leading that shift over in Bacolod and Negros Occidental. It offers over 7,000 items and includes a real-time order tracker and covers a delivery radius of up to 15 kilometers—with free delivery for orders worth P5,000 and up, and no hidden shopper or concierge fees, the press release also said.

Those interested may download My Suki from Google Play Store or Apple App Store, fill up personal information, and then scan the QR code or add LOPUE in the Suki Vendor code to get started.

The store offers next-day delivery, with a cut-off of 4 p.m., and same-day pickup, with a cut-off of 2 p.m. Payment is through either cash on delivery, or bank transfer via Instapay, the press release added.*

 

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