Investors believe in it

When Gorillas first showed up at my door, I thought ‘they do the shopping for you’. So that they do some shopping with their shopping cart at the nearest store and then race to your house. Just like the concept of GrabGroceries , a party that is active in Thailand. They deliver within an hour, and do your shopping at your favorite store. But Gorillas and Flink seem to work differently.

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Gorillas and Flink operate their own small distribution centers which they call ‘dark stores’. Do you live within a maximum of 10 minutes by India WhatsApp Number List bike from such a mini-warehouse? Then you can order. There are no minimum order costs. But you do pay standard €1.80 delivery costs. It is therefore possible to order 1 banana, if you have an extra €1.80 to spare. Map of where Flink delivers in Delft. Source: How tenable is this concept?

Picnic delivers

Making a profit on such small orders, without a minimum order value: is that even possible? Tamara Oblamov (Tablomondo), who for many years advised supermarkets such as Ahold and Carrefour on their e-commerce strategy, is skeptical. She informed MT/Sprout : “A company like Ahold has been doing online grocery shopping for about 25 years.

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