Virtual grocer aims to help moms beat the holiday rush

Knorr Philippines

Posted at Dec 07 2018 03:10 PM | Updated as of Dec 07 2018 03:17 PM

With all the preparations needed for family reunions, gift wrapping, religious practices, and Noche Buena, traffic is expected to slowdown to a crawl during the ‘ber’ months as Filipinos rush to get everything they need.

In anticipation of the heavy traffic and other inconveniences presented by the holiday season, online stores are gearing up to meet the needs of shoppers who do not want to brave the grueling commute.

One site, however, is designed specifically for the needs of homemakers anticipating a busy season, but who do not want to compromise on the joy they are able to give their families for Noche Buena.

Offering recipes and quick food delivery to help make Christmas as festive as ever, and sparing moms the exhaustion due to traffic and food preparation, the “What’s For Noche Buena?” virtual recipe book—courtesy of Knorr Philippines’ kitchens—lets home cooks look for their family’s favorite dishes, and easily request for delivery of ingredients through Honestbee’s extensive supply and delivery network.

Ingredients, promises Honestbee, are to be picked by knowledgeable concierges or personal grocery shoppers, which can give moms peace of mind over the convenience and assurance that the family’s food will be fresh and of good quality, and thus likely to yield a delicious Christmas meal.

According to Honestbee’s website, while other online stores deliver from one inventory, their concierge model allows their trained shoppers to handpick the freshest ingredients for every order.

Through the website, moms can order ingredients specifically for Christmas dishes, such as spaghetti and menudo, ensuring that no item is left out.

Visit for more information on the services offered by Knorr and Honestbee specifically for busy moms. Sign up to form a meal plan, and shop for ingredients ahead of time to avoid the Christmas rush.

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