The supermarket chain Tropicalana will open its first online store in Australia’s capital city on August 14, 2018.
The store will be located at The Crook of the Rocks, which is a major intersection in Sydney’s inner west.
The store will serve fresh produce, fresh food and a wide range of food, beverage and health products, including organic and non-GMO products.
The Tropicalana website has a price range of $1.99-$7.99.
The Australian government has been looking at digital shopping to boost economic growth in the country, and has recently introduced a $10 per item price levy.
The Government has also promised to introduce online grocery shopping as part of a $30 billion infrastructure investment package.
However, the Government has yet to reveal how much money the online supermarket will spend on technology and the development of its own brand.
Tropicalana is the first major Australian supermarket to offer the digital option.
The supermarket is owned by the same family who owns the supermarket chain The Crooke of the Rockies.
The Crook’s website currently has a single-page page of information about the supermarket, including its location, hours of operation, prices, and a link to the online store.
The first stores in the world to offer online shopping will be open to the public in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane on August 13.