If there is a chance you may be uncontactable during delivery of your order, we provide three simple actionable choices that you may instruct our shipping partners to undertake.


  1. Leave order at door
  2. Leave order in riser
  3. Attempt re-delivery of your order ($8 redelivery fee will apply)

These options are available for your selection at the checkout page and serve as instruction for our shipping partners on the next best course of action should they be unable to contact you personally for handover of your parcels. 


The action of requesting for your order to be left unattended is referred to as an "Authority to Leave" (ATL).


It is important to note that parcels cannot be delivered or left unattended if our shipping partners are not granted access to the delivery address. This includes locations and situations such as:

  • Gated condominiums
  • Gated landed properties
  • Passcode protected properties
  • Security guards preventing delivery access to the unit
  • Customers not being present to allow entry to the property


While our delivery partners endeavour to do their best to successfully deliver your parcels, they should not be expected to trespass. If it should not be possible to gain access to a delivery address, our delivery partners will not be able to proceed with an ATL, even if is is opted for. 

 

What does an Authority to Leave (ATL) mean for me?

An ATL equates to a transfer of responsibility for the goods from us to you or your authorised party. Responsibility for all items are transferred to you upon delivery of the parcel.

Once an ATL is provided, and should our delivery partners be able to access the delivery address, the parcel will be left per the ATL, signifying completion of the delivery. 


 Please note that we are strictly unable to:


  • Leave orders unattended if an ATL is not provided
  • Accommodate return requests for ATL if your order contains frozen food items
  • Process requests for refunds, exchanges or replacements for defective or missing items after the responsibility of the order has been transferred