DALLAS — ShopSavvy here, a provider of mobile shopping-assistance apps, announced that it has teamed with Grocery Server, a grocery deal-comparison search engine, to deliver grocery deals, coupons and incentives to ShopSavvy’s more than 11 million users.
Grocery Server deals will be incorporated into ShopSavvy in the coming weeks. Once launched, ShopSavvy users who scan grocery items will be able to compare prices and see current coupons and deals available on that item or similar items at nearby grocery stores, as they shop. U.S. consumers pass up more than $200 billion in grocery savings annually because they aren’t aware of deals and coupons and don’t have time to look for them, according to an analysis by Grocery Server.
"Grocery Server is able to lend our extensive database of local grocery deals, aggregating coupons and in-store specials at more than 200 chains nationwide, to help ShopSavvy expand its coverage of this category and provide users instant access to savings on the shopping trip they make most frequently — to the grocery store," said Corbin de Rubertis, co-founder and chief executive officer of Grocery Server, in a statement.