What grocery startup Weee! learned from China’s tech giants – TechCrunch
When Larry Liu moved to the U.S. in 2003, one of the first challenges he experienced was the lack of Chinese ingredients available in local groceries.
Like other players in grocery e-commerce, the five-year-old startup has seen exponential growth since the coronavirus outbreak as millions are confined to cooking and eating at home.
Nearly a quarter of Americans purchased groceries online to avoid offline shopping during the pandemic, according to Statista data.
Online grocery giants Instacart and Walmart Grocery boomed, both hitting record downloads.
Online grocery, the WeChat way
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