Building A Better Online Grocery Store
Latin American grocery startup aims to make online ordering more personal
The Cornershop app lets users select the store where they want to buy from, choose the items they need and enter their address and payment method—either a credit card, debit card or PayPal account. Pretty standard, right? Except that, instead of an army of warehouse workers, your purchase will be made by a personal shopper, which not only means that you can enjoy your groceries in less than 90 minutes after placing the order, but also that your tomatoes, apples and avocados are hand-picked, ensuring the highest quality and ripeness.
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