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Q: Has anyone used epermarket.com in Shanghai? Is it a good place to order groceries delivered?

I'm going to Shanghai soon.  I want to pick up some goodies to take home.  The website seems promising, but this is China, so...  I'm looking to those who have actually used it.

6 years 42 weeks ago in  Shopping - Shanghai

 
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Hi,

The goods from epermarket are good. But much expensive, anyway if you don't care. Suggest if you wanna to order some import fruit you may use #Celine's Fruit Shop#. Much cheaper and quality assurance. 

 

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I have and haven't had any problems. They're cheaper than City Shop and everything arrives straight to your door! Smile

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Plus, you get a 5 or 10% discount on your first order.

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