Things might be slowly getting back to normal, but it seems like the home cooking trend (remember your banana breads and sushi bakes?) which exploded last year due to the coronavirus pandemic is here to stay. That's why it’s no surprise that many F&B businesses are still trying to capture that profitable market by coming up with their own delivery platforms.
Case in point: Grand Hyatt Singapore, which launched its own online grocery store—Grand Marketplace. In line with the hotel’s commitment to sustainability, chef Lucas Glanville and his team have curated a plethora of premium produce and high-quality ingredients directly sourced from farmers and gourmet producers from all over the world. And because the hotel buys these items in bulk, the team is offering these to you at affordable prices.
That said, home cooks will have easy access to the likes of organic vegetables from organic farm Weeds, free-range lamb from Roaring Forties, and certified sustainable barramundi fish from Kühlbarra.