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Online Supermarkets in Cairo

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Online Supermarkets in Cairo
written by
Dina Mokhtar

Featured image via Weelo – Facebook

Here’s a list of Online Supermarkets in Cairo that will deliver all you need to your doorstep:


The name gives the impression that the outlet specialises in spices and condiments; however, the website has almost everything you need. They accept credit cards, or you can pay on delivery. Purchases over 300LE delivery is free. It has an application on both Google Play and the App Store.


The renowned hypermarket has an online store from which you can get your hands on whatever you usually find at their physical store. For same-day delivery, make sure you place your order before noon. Find its application on Google Play and the App Store.


A jack-of-all-trades, InstaShop has everything you need; from groceries and flowers to pet supplies. According to our personal experience, InstaShop have never let us down. Available on Google Play and the App Store.

Gourmet Egypt:

A one-stop-shop for all the grocery items you need, in addition to Gourmet Egypt’s very own list of ready-to-cook products, which we reviewed earlier this month. Available on Google Play and the App Store.

The Grocery Shop:

 Among the many Egyptian grocery shopping apps, The Grocery Shop stands out and is available on both Google Play and App store. Reviews say it’s efficient in terms of delivery punctuality, as well as the wide range of products it has on offer.

Goods Mart:

If you are in Sheikh Zayed, or October, you can shop from Goods Mart through its application on Google Play or the App Store.


Just like Jumia, and Souq; Noon has the Noon Market section. And of course, Noon has an app on Google Play and the App Store.


Once you enter your area on Weelo, it gives a selection of nearby supermarkets, which you can shop from on the website. Available on Google Play and the App Store.


Your ultimate go-to app for the freshest bakes in town; we tried it out ourselves, and it’s one of the apps that will put bread, as well as a selection of grocery items, on your table without going through the hassle of going out. Breadfast also delivers for free to encourage you to stay at home.

In addition to their website, you can find their app on Google Play and the App Store.


Check their Supermarket section; it has almost everything that you need. Available on Google Play and the App Store.


Jumia now offers a range of grocery items on their supermarket section on their website. Also available on Google Play and the App Store.


While the brand’s name, Fakahany (Fruit Seller), implies that the website exclusively sells fruit, they offer an extensive grocery shopping experience that also covers poultry and eggs, as well as vegetables. In addition to a spectrum of fresh produce that you can either buy by unit or kilo – according to the item – Fakahany has a selection of pre-prepared veggies that are ready for cooking.

Fakahany has an application for Android and iOS users alike.

El Mazr3a:

Not only does El Mazr3a offers you a range of fruits and vegetables, but it is also the website to turn to for if you’re looking for dairy products, including a range of classic Italian cheeses from ricotta and mozzarella to scamorza and mascarpone. The website also has a variety of Syrian delicacies on offer, in addition to handmade chocolate bars, coffees, honey, and jams.

Sara’s Organic Food:               

Sara’s Organic Food offers a range of fresh produce, in addition to products from its sister brand, Lara’s Premium Produce. All you need to do is pick your items and choose whether you’d like to make a single, or a weekly order. To ensure you get the freshest picks, Sara’s Organic Food has a fixed delivery schedule, in which each day covers a specific delivery area, and orders must be placed two days in advance, before 5 PM.