Online grocery ordering and delivery has gained acceptance across the world, and is the next-big-thing in developing markets like India. Brands like Instacart, Meragrocer, PepperTap, and Delivery are making a difference with their unique business models and website features. For those who plan on launching their own grocery ordering and delivery website, we decoded the best grocery platforms in the market.
Here are the best clone script guide posts from FATbit Technologies to build and launch a superior grocery delivery website:
The US based brand bagged $220 million in Feb 2015, and values around 2 billion. No wonder entrepreneurs across the world are looking for Instacart clone script to launch a similar website. We studied the website closely a while ago and listed all the critical features that make Instacart the best in the online grocery ordering and delivery market. Check out the detailed Instacart post to create its clone!
If we have to pick one Indian online grocery ordering platform that looks very promising, then, it has to be LocalBanya. The young startup is a leading name in the Indian online grocery ecosystem, and is quickly expanding its presence & profits. If you think it’s just the Indian counterpart of Instacart, then, you are mistaken. Check out our post on LocalBanaya and judge on your own!
Planning something bigger than grocery ordering and delivery but don’t want to stray too far from the central idea? If yes, then, delivery.com has to be your guiding star. From food delivery to laundry scheduling, the website offers vast range of services. Since its launch, the brand has made two acquisitions. Read out post and get acquainted with this hybrid delivery marketplace.
Delivery, LocalBanya, and Instacart are not the only players in online grocery ordering market. Here are some others for your reference:
Observing these three grocery ordering and delivery systems will give you ample insights to start yours on the right note.
There are two options to build your grocery ordering platform if you don’t know how to design and code:
Whatever option you choose, make sure you get the most fundamental features. In addition to that, don’t forget to think about platform flexibility and revenue generation. Best of luck!
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