Supermartng – Nigeria’s Biggest Online Grocery Delivery Store


    You may or may not have heard of Supermart Nigeria. Supermartng is Nigeria’s most popular online supermarket service. It was started in 2014 by Jumia founders, Raphael Afaedor and Gbolahan Fagbure.

    Supermart’s main aim is to make foodstuff and household supplies shopping easier with just the click of a button. The online store offers up to 60,000 grocery items from over 20 top supermarkets and retail outlets in selected cities in Lagos and promises home or office delivery in as early as 3 hours.

    Supermart CEO and Co-Founder, Raphael Afaedor said during its launch that it is known that customers usually visit several supermarkets to get different things but Supermart makes this easier by allowing customers shop from different stores online and then pay for all at once. He also added that customers get to choose the time when they want their order delivered to them.

    Goods offered on the platform include a wide assortment of fresh meat and vegetables, branded consumer products, drinks and alcohols, local (market) ingredients, beauty and cosmetics, baby products, office supplies, drugs and lots more.

    Supermart has a team of well trained shoppers who are paid to go to reputable supermarkets such as Park n Shop, 9 to 7 Supermarkets, Nars Supermarket, Chi Shoppe, The Fish Shop, Citydia, Spar, Medplus &Medvacc  pharmacies to pickup your order whenever you place it which ensures you get fresh and high quality groceries. The items are now delivered to your doorstep immediately after they are bought and the cost of delivery is 800 Naira.

    You can also buy in units or in bulk and all goods are sold at market price. For now the service is been offered in  Victoria Island, Ikoyi, Lekki (up to Lagos Business School), Ajao Estate, Alausa, Anthony Village, Gbagada, Ijora, Ikeja, Ilupeju, Ketu, Lagos Island, Magodo, Maryland, Mushin, Ogba, Ogudu, Ojodu Berger, Ojota, Omole, Oniru Estate, Oregun, Oshodi, Somolu, Surulere and Yaba  and will be expanded subsequently to other parts of  Lagos and Nigeria.