20th October 2021 Delivery / Supie
Online grocery startup Supie says it has seen demand for its services boom since Auckland moved to Covid-19 alert level 4 in mid-August.
Meal planning and delivery platform MenuAid has launched in New Zealand following in the footsteps of international platforms E-meals and Whisk.
The team behind Visa Wellington On a Plate, supported by WellingtonNZ, have relaunch At Yours, the region-wide directory of eateries offering takeaway meals and delivery at Level 3.
Online independents are picking up consumers from under-the-pump bricks and mortar rivals, although not all can side-step supply chain pressures.
The fast-growing online retailer is expanding to meet booming demand for low-carb and sugar-free keto products.
This startup will seek the funding after trialling its hyperlocal online grocery service in Auckland.
The online craft beer delivery service says it has broken through the barrier of being “just another bloody e-commerce business”.
The Council of Trade Unions has welcomed a report into the gig economy in New Zealand, which it says delves into the experiences and difficulties faced by gig workers like rideshare and food delivery drivers and considers international precedents and potential options for change.
The business has built up its NZ operations and doubled the number of restaurants it serves with its own delivery option.
Hyperlocal online grocer This Local Piggy is now delivering to customers in selected Auckland suburbs with its online marketplace.
Dunedin pie maker Who Ate All The Pies has launched a new website.
The Butcher’s Cart has launched a new website selling and delivering beef and lamb.
The Student Volunteer Army and New World have remobilised its Grocery Delivery Service in Auckland as the city shifts back into level 3 lockdown.