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The Grocery Club wants Hong Kongers to be able to eat better without having to leave the comfort of home.  

With dining restrictions, lockdowns in some territories, and governments warning you to stay away from the infected masses, there will be some of you out there that have rediscovered the pleasures of cooking at home. We’re not talking about meals you slip into the microwave, but real preparation and a newfound passion for good food. Of course, in some cities, including Hong Kong, that can be tricky in terms of sourcing the ingredients you need – until now.

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The Grocery Club is a new online shopping experience that gives you access to everything you need to cook up a storm without having to venture from home. Its carefully curated range is a treasure trove for the would-be home cook and includes plenty of exclusive, seasonal produce – think organic vegetables and fruit, sustainable seafood and premium meat, cheese, and even eco-friendly home cleaning products for when you have to do the washing up.

The Grocery Club wants Hong Kongers to be able to eat better without having to leave the comfort of home.

They even have sustainable organic skincare products so that you’re feeding both your belly and your complexion.

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All of this goodness is then whisked to your door. In addition, the company is a strong advocate for sustainability and is working hard to become 100% plastic-free. Instead, it has partnered with local vendors to recycle plastic and polyfoam materials and repacks orders with 100% biodegradable materials while also contributing to local food waste charities.

Sounds like a recipe for success.

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