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T&T's new online ordering and home delivery service is now available across the majority of its Canadian markets.
Jan 10, 2020 - EightSix Staff
T&T Supermarket, Canada's favourite Asian grocery store, recently announced their new online ordering and home delivery service which is available now in most markets.
The service will allow customers to order snacks, food essentials, health and beauty and household items online for home delivery. In conjunction with launching online ordering and delivery, T&T also announced online ordering and in-store pick up for sushi and bakery items.
The new service should be a huge boon to business as it will save customers from fighting the crowds at the notoriously busy supermarkets.
The company has 12 locations in the Lower Mainland and many more across the country, including locations in Alberta and Ontario.
T&T Supermarket was founded in 1993 by Cindy Lee, a Taiwanese immigrant, who opened the grocers' first two stores in Burnaby and Richmond. The company's name "T&T" has a double meaning - Tiffany and Tina, Cindy's two daughters and also the initials of two early investors in the business.
In 2009, the company was purchased by Loblaw Companies Limited, Canada's largest food retailer.
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