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Fresh Picks at Your Fingertips: Exploring Singapore Top Online Fresh Markets

by | Dec 20, 2023 | Digital & Technology, Food & Nutrition, Lifestyle & Wellness, Services

In this day and age, delivery services have surged in popularity because of the convenience that it confers, allowing one to save time and access a variety of products from the comfort of their homes. Grocery delivery services might just be the solution for seniors who have mobility challenges but still want and need to get groceries. Relying on a family member to always get the groceries might lead to high levels of dependence. With grocery delivery, seniors would not have to worry as much about travelling out to get groceries, having to push heavy carts of items in the mart, catching covid or even the haze these days. 

This is usually done through an app or via a website for one to add items to the cart and simply make an online payment to complete the order. Wet markets have existed in Singapore since 1825 and undeniably has become an integral part of the Singaporean identity. We typically see older folks visiting the wet markets – it serves as a space for them to maintain social networks in a familiar and friendly environment. 

Here, we list our top online fresh market options in Singapore where you can access from the comfort of your homes 


Quan Shui Wet Market

Quan Shui Wet Market started its humble beginnings back in 1968 at Ang Mo Kio, and now they have expanded to over 10 wet market stalls in Singapore. Today, they have a flagship store in Upper Thomson and run a steady delivery business, offering a wide selection of fresh groceries such as pork, seafood, fruits, vegetables and even home-made dimsum. If you purchase over S$80, you’ll get to enjoy free delivery to your doorstep. Else, it’ll be S$8 for islandwide delivery daily from 12pm – 7pm.

What we like about Quan Shui Wet Market is that they offer next day delivery services if you order by 10pm, giving one the flexibility to get their ingredients when they need it. Quan Shui Wet Market definitely values their customers, giving Pasar Points for every dollar that you spend with them, alongside birthday vouchers and many more.


Tada Fresh Market

Tada is a fresh market supplier platform which brings its customers fresh produce from Tekka, Tiong Bahru, Chinatown and 216 Bedok market. Tada Fresh Market is a delivery service by TADA, the ride-hailing operator who has ventured into supporting local markets. There is free islandwide delivery with a minimum spend of $50 and a flat delivery fee for orders below $50. Do note that they deliver from Tuesday – Sunday 12pm – 6pm as most of the stalls are closed on Mondays. 

What we like about them is their “1 dollar deal every week” where a particular product goes on sale – from Thai basil cooking sauce to seafood tofu up for grabs! For those who want customisation services, simply leave a note at checkout such as chopping your chicken into 4 pieces or deboning the fish!



Freshstop offers doorstep delivery of fresh foods from wet market hawkers with free delivery for orders above S$70 and if you want to get the goods the next day, they require you to place your order before 6pm. They operate from Tuesday to Sunday, 8am to 5pm and one simply has to create an account and place the order to get their groceries!

What we find unique about their offerings is that they provide delicious ready-to-cook meal boxes that contain fresh ingredients on their specially curated secret recipes. We also like them for the fact that they carry traditional old school snacks such as the likes of gem biscuits, flying fish biscuits and chocolate wafers! 


SG Wet Market

Starting out with a humble wet market store in Hougang back in 1985, SGWetMarket has crafted a name for itself to be one of the leading online wet markets in Singapore. They offer over 250 freshly harvested vegetables to high quality cut meats, bringing only the best to their customers. SG Wet Market has a delivery charge of S$10 for all orders with a delivery timing between 2pm to 8pm daily (closed on Mondays)

Customers also get rewarded for spending – 500 SG Wet Market points entitles one to $2 discounts and 1800 SG Wet Market points then entitles you to a S$10 discount. 


Market Fresh

Market Fresh is another online wet market retailer which carries an extensive range of products such as seafood, chicken, pork, Yong Tau Foo, vegetables and fruits. A little different from the rest, Market Fresh has a tiered pricing system for their delivery services – based on how much the total value of your purchase is, do check it out here. Alternatively, they offer free delivery for orders over S$98. For those who know what they want and when they want it, you can select your delivery date up to 14 days in advance. 

They accept an array of payment methods from Paypal, Apple Pay or Google Pay, Atome, PayNow to Grab Pay.


Market Boy

Market Boy’s journey began in April 2020 during the circuit breaker period as an initiative to help out local wet market hawkers digitalise as well as to provide a helping hand to families who had difficulties in obtaining fresh groceries due to the various restrictions and safety measures imposed. 

They provide free delivery for orders above S$60 else it’ll be a S$8 delivery charge. Do take note of their delivery schedule where they only deliver from Tuesday to Sunday, 8am – 2pm. For those who use the Grab app, Market Boy is also available on the app for you to place your orders. 

We like them for the cause that they are committed to –  giving back to the community. Market Boy has monthly donations to Willing Hearts, a soup kitchen which distributes food islandwide to the needy.


Aw’s Market

Aw’s Market started off as a small butchery in Serangoon North in 1988. In 2014, Mr Aw saw an opportunity to bring convenience and access to fresh produce to people islandwide. Aw’s Market has a rather interesting rewards system where each menu item has an indication of how many points you can get with that purchase at the side. 

Deliveries happen from Tuesday to Sunday (no deliveries on Monday) with free delivery for orders over S$60 and a S$10 fee for orders below.


Al Masyhur

Al Masyhur is a halal and 100% Muslim owned fresh produce supplier which delivers an assortment of poultry and frozen food. With a minimum order of S$50, one can get islandwide delivery for S$10. However, do note that they do not do deliveries on Mondays and Sundays so be sure to time your purchases. 



Do consider these options for your next fresh market delivery and if you’re at a crossroads or simply need tips on what nutritional food items to get at the fresh market, do check out this article on foods that pack a big nutritional punch.

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