A comprehensive guide to grocery markets in Singapore
Now that you have finally settled your accommodation, it is time to stock up your fridge with food! But hold up, where do you start grocery shopping in this little red dot? Fret not, COVE has compiled a comprehensive list of grocery markets for you to look into! Furthermore, COVE’s co-living spaces are always close to amenities so there’s bound to be a grocery store nearby like these.
- NTUC FairPrice
- Cold Storage
- Sheng Siong
- NTUC FairPrice – The classic with unexpectedly good stuff at affordable prices
With more than 120 outlets, NTUC FairPrice offers great deals and a wide range of Western, Asian and local brands. Fruits, vegetables, organic produce, meat, poultry and even fresh sushi! For the Brits, look out for Tesco products! You can finally sip on that familiar tea. The larger FairPrice Finest branches stock organic produce and groceries as such it costs slightly more.
- Cold Storage – The Expats favourite
If you are feeling slightly homesick and in need of familiarity, head down to Cold Storage! Look out for that jar of Vegemite or in Cold Storage!
Cold Storage is famous among Singapore’s expats for always having a little bit of home though we must warn you, the prices tend to be higher than other supermarkets!
Unless you are on a tight budget, Cold Storage is the place to go for if you want high-quality air-flown vegetables and a wider selection of international goodies.
- Giant – Need a bicycle? Need fresh vegetables? Choose Giant
A bicycle in a grocery store? Yes, you read it right! Giant is a one-stop-shop for groceries, household goods, electronics and even clothes. Products are well-priced although they have a limited range of international merchandise. Giant is an excellent choice when you are looking to build your storage stock from scratch. It is also, truly, a giant store that one might get lost in.
- Sheng Siong – The wallet-friendly and guilt- freestyle
With over 60 stores located in different districts in Singapore, Sheng Siong provides both wet and dry food at affordable prices. The usual fresh, chilled seafood and well-priced vegetables enable you to keep a healthy diet whilst also enjoying the chocolate and candies at equally affordable prices. However, do not expect to find too many delicacies from home but instead, shop here for daily essentials at amazing prices.
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