Many of us will have favourite little shops we love to visit when we’re in a particular area or certain market stalls we always look out for.

But what if you get a craving for the best cakes and don't have time to get out or you want to pick up some shopping from all your sellers of choice in one go?

There is an online grocery ordering service that can satisfy these needs, possibly even within one hour.

AmazonFresh is how you can buy food from all your favourite shops and market sellers in one place.

While the service features many well-known supermarket brands, it also includes a Local Shops section to explore.

Whether you want bread from Gail’s Artisan Bakery and steak from C Lidgate butchers to the finest Stilton from Paxton & Whitfield cheesemongers and Italian meats from Lina Stores deli, the service delivers a wide range of premium products from many of London’s finest producers right to your door.

Wandsworth Guardian:

Various south London retailers can be found on there, such as Murray’s Fresh Fish which started out as a weekend market stall in Battersea but now caters for some of the capital’s finest Michelin-starred chefs – and potentially your dinner plate too.

Then there’s also Bad Brownies that began in a tiny flat in Richmond where co-founders Paz and Morag created their first batch of gourmet brownies to take to a market in Clapham. The duo create some delicious flavours including salted caramel, peanut butter, and bacon and maple syrup.

Wandsworth Guardian:

AmazonFresh is available in 302 postcodes in and around London, including Bexley, Greenwich, Lewisham, Kingston, Richmond, Sutton and Wandsworth, with same-day and one-hour delivery slots available depending on the area.

As well as being in an eligible postcode, you need to be a Prime member – after that, there’s a 30-day free trial and then AmazonFresh costs £6.99 per month with unlimited free deliveries on orders over £40.