Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic about a year ago, one of the few places most of us can still turn to is the supermarket. However, you don’t have to do this. The new alternative to the Coronavirus makes going out more dangerous, which is why online shopping is (and still is) a boon for many people, and another way to protect themselves and their loved ones.
Now, with Umamicart, online shoppers have a new virtual Asian supermarket to pick up.
Launched on March 1, Umamicart stocks more than 500 select Asian groceries, from fresh produce to meat, snacks and groceries.
This grocer is currently shipping to select states in the Northeast (check availability here), but hopes to expand nationwide in the near future. To make grocery shopping really easy, orders over $ 49 can be delivered for free before 3pm and overnight.
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Its founder, Andrea Shaw, was born in Spain to Chinese immigrant parents and has lived all over the world from Hong Kong to New York. The motivation behind founding Umamicart stems from his efforts to find the Asian ingredients he needs to find the foods he wants to eat.
“We want to build a shopping experience so that the Asian part of the so-called“ ethnic corridor ”becomes completely obsolete, Xu said.“ The particular consumer we created for Umamicart is someone who likes Asian American foods and ingredients and who doesn’t. can easily use in its environment. The experience that makes this consumer the focus of everything is what he lacks, is bought from the market. ”