March 7, 2022

RocketCart Launches Free Next Morning Korean Grocery Delivery in SoCal

RocketCart has launched, a free next morning Korean grocery delivery service, in Southern California to residents of Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura Counties. The company plans to expand to additional cities, states and locations nationwide in the near future.

Customers can shop online from the widest selection of Korean grocery products and get free next morning delivery to their homes on orders exceeding $40. “Now, whether you live far from a Korean grocery store or don’t want to spend hours fighting traffic and standing in long lines, you have the option to buy everything you want at prices comparable to grocery stores and get it delivered to your doorstep the next morning by our friendly drivers. And we provide this, with the highest level of support and delight that our customers deserve,” said Paul Kim, Founder and CEO of RocketCart.

In addition, RocketCart is creating a differentiated food experience through in-house chefs working in its food lab, through which it plans to deliver the most authentic and contemporary tastes and flavors of Seoul to its customers in the form of banchan, special dishes, meals and more.

The company soft-launched its service back in December 2021 and has been fine-tuning its value proposition based on customer feedback and strengthening its operating capabilities over the past few months. “In the short time since our launch, we’ve been laser-focused on listening to our early customers and adjusting our service to give them exactly what they want. We’ve been growing quickly through word-of-mouth, and the legions of loyal, repeat-purchasing customers give us confidence that we are building a valuable service that is now ready to scale,” Kim continued.

RocketCart currently features thousands of Korean grocery products including meats, freshly-made banchan, packaged and canned products, organic goods and fresh produce, and it’s continuing to expand its selection of products weekly. Learn more here.

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