Online supermarket SEND delivers groceries to clients in 15 minutes

Rob Adams, Founder at SEND 15 minutes grocery delivery

Reinventing the humble supermarket, SEND is Australia’s first exclusively online, delivery only supermarket changing the way Australians are shopping for groceries.

Championing convenience is the core. Users browse and select goods via the SEND app, with a guaranteed delivery in fifteen minutes, the time it takes to write the shopping list itself. 

Online supermarket SEND aims to disrupt the market

Ditch the trolley, this is the contemporary, tech alternative to your traditional supermarket visit. There’s no denying, we as consumers like things fresh and fast; SEND simply means you can tick off one mundane household chore and get on with the rest of your day.

Avoid the after-work rush, skip long lines, and don’t forget the mayo mid-way through making burgers. SEND will restock the pantry, stat, with local produce at the same retail price. 

Preparing home cooked meals is officially trending thanks to the pandemic.

Considering current life restrictions, this simple fact was inspiration enough for SEND Founder, Rob Adams, to create a platform built to thrive in this new world.

Thinking more so about vulnerable members of the community, Rob’s grandmother front of mind throughout the ideation phase, SEND is a safe and reliable solution for any individual seeking a contactless and convenient way to complete the weekly shop. 

“SEND is redefining shopping for groceries and daily essential goods, making it possible to get the things you need delivered in under 15 minutes,” says SEND Founder, Rob Adams. 

“After witnessing such huge success for fast-paced grocery services in other markets including Europe and USA, we’re super excited to begin servicing pretty much all the suburbs in and around Sydney and Melbourne CBD with our sights firmly set on a national offering.”

Online supermarket SEND guarantees fast delivery

Whether you’re chasing that last minute ingredient, throwing an impromptu get-together (post-lockdown), or simply feeling a little lazy, the ability to summon food, drink, and household supplies from your literal fingertips has never been easier.

With the anticipated construction of several dark kitchens, each SEND Shop will aspire to hero and support local producers and small businesses with their unique grocery offering. 

There are your on-demand delivery platforms like UberEats, Deliveroo, and MenuLog.

However, their markup and wait time are simply no match for SEND. On the other end of the spectrum, you have grocery subscriptions from retail giants Coles and Woolworths, yet their 3-4 day wait isn’t nearly as appealing as SEND’s guaranteed sense of immediacy. 

“Australian supermarket giants promote the idea of a big weekly shop. However, consumers don’t have time to curate long lists of groceries and spend hours shopping.”

“SEND addresses this gap in the market by making it possible to get what you need when it comes to mind, removing the element of planning ahead,” said Rob Adams, Founder of SEND.

Expect to see designated ‘SEND Shops’ cropping up across the nation throughout August 2021 and beyond, starting with Alexandria (LIVE), Potts Point, and Camperdown, Sydney and Southbank, Melbourne (LIVE end of September).

The SEND team is aiming to establish thirty locations by the turn of the new year.