Find out about this heartland supermarket chain with affordable groceries.
This little-known, amusingly named heartland supermarket chain may appear old-school if you visit its older outlets, with some of the prices still written by hand. But its newer outlets, which have opened more recently, have been drawing praises for their modern and intuitive layouts.
Regardless, customers generally enjoy the ambience and helpful customer service of whichever outlet they frequent. What’s more, some of the supermarket’s products also go cheaper than those of larger supermarket chains.
We’ll break down where you can find its outlets, and what’s the best to buy there to save money.
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What Ang Mo Supermarket sells
The supermarket carries the usual food products ranging from fruits, vegetables and other fresh produce, to frozen food and chilled meat. It also sells household goods like cleaning supplies and toiletries.
Besides its prices being among the most wallet-friendly in Singapore, its customers laud its extensive selection of wines, beers and spirits, including Japanese and Korean alcoholic drinks. It’s also known for its great range of frozen food, frozen vegetarian and plant-based options. The supermarket also carries a decent range of dry goods such as canned food and tea.
What’s cheaper at Ang Mo Supermarket
Ang Mo Supermarket is known to carry daily essentials and groceries that go for cheaper than at other supermarket chains. However, not everything is cheaper – some items sell for close to the same price as at other supermarkets.
Some of the main categories where you’ll be able to find cheaper prices (around 50 cents to S$2 cheaper depending on the food item) include the following:
- Vegetables and eggs
- Canned food
- Frozen seafood and meat
- Dry goods such as tea and coffee
- Drinks and snacks
There are many options for grocery shopping in Singapore – NTUC FairPrice, Sheng Siong, Prime, and more. While these stores may provide a wider selection of products, Ang Mo Supermarket could be worth frequenting if you usually stock up on the goods mentioned above.
One thing’s for sure – bargain hunters should not miss checking out Ang Mo Supermarket.
Ang Mo Supermarket locations
This humble supermarket business may not have as many outlets as bigger chains such as Giant or NTUC, nonetheless, it does have several locations across Singapore, with some outlets opening quite recently.
Here’s where you can find the supermarket’s outlets:
|Blk 407 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, Singapore 560415||6458 3635|
|Blk 260 Ang Mo Kio Street 21, Singapore 561260||6266 4336|
|Blk 85 Toa Payoh Lorong 4, Singapore 313085||6250 8114|
|Blk 148 Potong Pasir, #01-65, Singapore 350148||6282 7929|
|Blk 639 Punggol Drive, Singapore 820639||6386 3909|
|196A Punggol Field, Singapore 821196||6312 4189|
|Blk 279 Bishan St 24, Singapore 570279||6453 2772|
|Blk 642 Hougang Ave 8, Singapore 530642||6385 9809|
|Blk 361 Sembawang Cres, #01-10, Singapore 750361||6235 2368|
|Blk 120 Canberra Crescent, Singapore 750120||–|
|693 Woodlands Ave 6, Singapore 731693||6760 0773|
|115A Alkaff Crescent, #01-12, Singapore 341115||–|
The supermarket chain’s expansion means that more people can now enjoy its offerings and cheaper prices. With all these outlet locations, it’ll be easier to find an Ang Mo Supermarket near you should you wish to save on groceries.
Besides shopping at Ang Mo Supermarket, save even more when you pay with the right credit card. Check out our website for a comparison of the best groceries credit cards in the market so you can get cashback on your groceries expenditure.
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