Eat.mv is not a new brand by any means to the Maldives. Since 2015, Eat.mv has been the No.1 guide for restaurants, Cafés and other places to order food in the Maldives. After publishing 2 print editions (2015 & 2016) and online editions, Eat.mv has moved on as an online grocery supermarket. The beta version of Eat.mv was launched on 29th March 2019.
Eat.mv will change the way Maldivians do grocery shopping forever. From groceries to fresh fruits, vegetables, fresh meat, beverages, Over the counter medications, Food grains, and oils, International foods as well as beauty and hygiene.
“Eat.mv will be the perfect source for customers who want to grab groceries at their convenience, all without leaving the comfort of their home,” said Fraath Mohamed, Managing Director of Laniakea Trade (Parent Company of Eat.mv). We’re extremely excited to launch our online grocery supermarket as a pilot project in Male’ City and hopefully onto all part of Maldives. It’s just another way we’re making it effortless for customers to meet their needs” He added.
At launch, Eat.mv has partnered with 10 vendors. Their vendors include Seagull Foods, VB Brothers, Lily International, Premium Supplies, Happy Market, City Investments, De Essence, Euro-Marketing, United Food Suppliers, Life Support, Ace Hardware Maldives and Meraki Coffee Roasters.
How it works:
Customers will have to register on Eat.mv to shop. Customers can select their preferred products from their favorite stores and throw them into a virtual cart on our mobile-friendly website. As an Eat.mv customer, you will gain access to unique curated shopping lists as well as create their own lists such as bought before options.
Once the products are in the cart, customers can select their preferred time slot (Eat.mv offers 3 convenient time slots) based on availability and then proceed to payment. All payments are processed via Bank of Maldives Payment Gateway.
Eat.mv has partnered with Spyder Xpress to deliver our products. Spyder Xpress is state of the art tech platform which can help to minimize delivery errors and ensure a seamless transactional experience for customers.
Eat.mv will continue their magazine online as a blog on https://www.eat.mv/magazine