You’re all set to bake your special three-cheese lasagna—only to realize you don’t have enough parmesan cheese in the fridge. What to do?
Supah app to the rescue! Order your missing ingredients and get them in 15 minutes. No need to go out and buy at the nearest convenience store. Supah is the first digital rapid grocery delivery service in the country today.
Supah Inc., a business unit of social commerce startup SariSuki, guarantees quality grocery items delivered within 15 minutes.
An assortment of different products from international and local brands are made available in the Supah App. This includes a rich selection of premium items across various food, beverage, household, personal care, home care, and pet care segments.
“Our business puts tremendous value on our customers’ time and needs. We see doing the grocery as effortless, time-saving and economical, while still making it possible to attend to other things,” said SariSuki CEO Brian Cu.
According to Cu, “should we for whatever reason miss our 15-min promise, we are prepared to compensate our customers with a P500 rebate.”
“Supah offers great potential as it tries to address the consumers’ evolving needs in grocery shopping by finding the optimal balance among several critical factors like speed, assortment, value, and convenience. This innovative technology will help shape the future of grocery shopping in the country,” said Lance Gokongwei, President and CEO of JG Summit, and board director at SariSuki, Supah’s parent firm. JG Digital Equity Ventures (JGDEV), the corporate venture capital arm of JG Summit, is an investor in Sarisuki.
Supah operates every day from 7 a.m. to 2 a.m. Delivery services are initially available in the following areas in Metro Manila:
- Makati City
- Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
- Pasig City
- Mandaluyong City
- San Juan City
- Binondo district in Manila
- New Manila and Timog areas in Quezon City
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