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5 Apps That Will Cut Down On Your Grocery Bill

Looking to save money and fight food waste? Here are five services to help you do just that.
5 Apps That Will Cut Down On Your Grocery Bill

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Looking to save money and fight food waste? Here are five services to help you do just that, from buying surplus pastries to scoring on-sale produce to even sharing the contents of your fridge while you're away.

Buy surplus food—including prepared meals, produce, baked goods and more—for cheap from more than 11,000 restaurants, cafés and grocery stores across all 10 provinces. 

Use this app to buy discounted produce, meat and other groceries either in surplus or nearing their best-before dates from more than 1,000 supermarkets across Canada.

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This platform teams up with participating Metro and IGA stores, among others, in Quebec and New Brunswick to sell surplus food. Thousands of new items are added at 10 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. daily.

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About to go on a trip but have a fridge full of groceries that you don’t want to go to waste? Use this free app to share food—and other items—with your neighbours and vice versa. 

This subscription service—available in Toronto and Quebec—delivers boxes of imperfect and/or surplus produce right to your door at up to 40 percent less than what you’d pay at the supermarket.

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