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ï»¿Buying groceries in giant Chinese cities could be a nightmare for busy professionals. After a long day at work, customers typically donâ€™t wish to take care of overcrowded supermarkets, impossibly lengthy traces on the cost counter, and the trek residence with heavy grocery luggage. E-commerce players in China, at all times quick to scent a business opportunity, try to take the sting out of grocery purchasing for these busy urbanites. They're devising options to provide buyers the comfort of ordering groceries online to be delivered to their doorsteps within days and generally hours. Coming into the frayOthers are taking notice, too. Online retailer Jingdong Mall (till recently called 360Buy), which makes a speciality of computer systems, communications and consumer electronics (3C) products, recently added fast-transferring shopper itemsâ€”merchandise like groceries or toiletries which can be sold rapidly and at a comparatively low costâ€”to its array of products. In April, the corporate launched a brand new online supermarket service. iResearchâ€™s Tao doubts there is a massive consumer base in China for online grocery purchasing, however he says that it might be a sustainable strategy â€œso long as these firms restrict their operations to main citiesâ€ where they've nicely-established supply chains in place.
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