This article was last published on 05 June 2020 and updated with the latest information.
Wet markets have been hit hard recently, with the Jurong Fishery Port cluster being the largest active cluster in Singapore now. Entire wet markets have been shut down for deep cleaning, such as the markets at Haig Road or Chong Pang, and all fresh seafood stalls have been ordered to close down.
However, you may be glad to know that you still can grab your fresh produce from wet markets safely through delivery, and if you are tired from ordering your groceries from the usual suspects such as Fairprice or Redmart, you may want to consider these online wet market stores.
MarketFresh is an online wet market that offers groceries freshly acquired from more than 10 stalls at Tiong Bahru Wet Market. Started by fishmonger Khor Chin Puang, who owns Pan’s Fish Stall, MarketFresh supplies seasonal and customised items while supporting the wet market stallholders.
Deliveries are sent between 12 pm to 6 pm. If you want to have your order delivered earlier, MarketFresh can arrange for Lalamove to send to you directly. Do take note that there will be additional delivery charges. No deliveries on Mondays.
No minimum purchase. A delivery fee of $12 to $24, free for orders above $68.
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#2 Aw’s Market
Aw’s Market brings access and convenience to fresh produce with its e-commerce site. Having started as a butchery in Serangoon, Aw’s Market now has expanded to four physical stores in Singapore. With its main specialisation in meat products, you can still customise your online order by asking to debone, trim fats, or to scale and gut if you require.
Deliveries are sent between 10 am to 2 pm or 2 pm to 6 pm. No deliveries on Mondays. (take note as of the update, Noon deliveries are unavailable at the moment)
Minimum purchase: $30. A delivery fee of $8, free for orders above $50.
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SGwetmarket is a one-stop online wet market that delivers quality vegetables, premium meats and seafood, and dry products from wet markets around Singapore. Its physical store in Hougang has been around since 1985, offering a wide selection of produce flown in from neighbouring countries. With an online wet market, customers can readily get access to fresh produce from the comfort of their homes.
Deliveries are sent from 2 pm to 8 pm. No deliveries on Monday.
Minimum purchase: $40, with 5 types of items per cart Delivery fee of $8, free for orders above $60
#4 TADA Fresh
You may have heard of TADA as Singapore’s first zero-commission ride-hailing operator in Singapore. Now, they have started TADA Fresh Market, a next-day wet market delivery service that works directly with wet market stall owners to deliver fresh goods to you.
Offering products from Tekka Wet Market, Tiong Bahru Wet Market and 216 Bedok Wet market, TADA Fresh sends your orders directly to the wet market merchants. TADA drivers will then be dispatched to collect your orders, with products prepared freshly and safely.
Deliveries are sent from 2 pm to 6 pm. No deliveries on Monday.
Minimum purchase of $30. A delivery fee of $9, free for orders above $50.
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#5 Market Boy
Operating out of West Coast Wet Market, Market Boy was started by Kenny Chen, an NUS Engineering graduate. Helping local wet market owners go digital during the crisis, Market Boy has served over 5000 customers islandwide and collaborated with brands such as Grab or Shopee.
Along with its online store, Market Boy also has an option to order through phone or to message them via Facebook or WhatsApp.
Deliveries are sent between 8 am to 4 pm. No deliveries on Monday.
No minimum purchase. A delivery fee of $8, free for orders above $60
#6 Tankfully Fresh
(note: Tankfully Fresh is closed until further notice due to the closure of Jurong Fishery Port)
Tankfully Fresh is the online delivery arm of Sin Chwee Mini Mart, a seafood wet market stall at Bukit Batok. Spearheaded by the second generation of Sin Chwee, Tankfully Fresh aims to deliver the freshest seafood to doorsteps islandwide. You can customise your orders and ask for the fish to be prepared or cut in specific ways, just like in a wet market. Slicing services may also be done upon request.
There are 3 timeslots for deliveries: 10 am to 3 pm, 2 pm to 6 pm and 6 pm to 10 pm.
No minimum purchase. A delivery fee of $8 for orders below $60, free for orders above $60
#7 Lian Huat Seafood
(note: closed till 31/07/2021, due to the Jurong Fishery Port closure)
While Lian Huat Seafood supplies fresh seafood to wet market stalls and restaurants, its fishmonger now turns to Facebook Live to auction his produce.
Lian Huat Seafood is an online wholesale seafood supplier, selling seafood directly from Jurong Fishery Port for customers to bid. On Tuesdays to Saturdays, the fishmonger, Max Kee, would stream live on Facebook from approximately 9 pm. Customers can bid through the Facebook Livestreams, or make their order via WhatsApp. Additionally, you can also buy their products through Shopee, although items offered might not be the ones auctioned off.
No minimum purchase, free for orders above $60. $5 surcharge for orders below $60.
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