Geezy Go is Australia’s newest digital supermarket that delivers food and grocery orders within 20 minutes for a flat fee of $3.99.   Already launched in Sydney, Geezy Go is starting to roll out in Melbourne.


Dhruv Kohli,  Vice President of Growth and Strategy says “Our focus is to become Australia’s favourite ‘on demand’ food and grocery delivery service.  Incorporating local and big brand names we support local producers and mum and dad businesses as well as carrying all the usual products you’d expect to see at Coles and Woolworths – for the same price.”


“We are redefining and revolutionising food and grocery shopping in Australia and we know the people of Melbourne are going to love our service and offerings.


“The big supermarket brands want you to spend more time in store, but we want you to spend more time doing the things you love – so to help you achieve this, we’ll deliver the groceries direct to your door.”



Part of a global company that is already present and successful in many countries including Australia, the new Geezy Go offering sits on top of an established  ecosystem of suppliers, customers and technological capabilities that makes its  immersion into the Australian market seamless.   Geezy Go falls under the Geezy Global brand, a technology start up that focuses on creating engaging brand to consumer experiences. Currently operating in five countries, including the US, UK, New Zealand, India and Australia, more expansions across other countries are on the horizon.

Geezy Go is open 10am to 6pm every day of the week.   As the service expands, it will extend opening hours and locations.

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