Major grocery store “Flashflood” programs allow customers to buy fresh groceries at half price—all with the click of a button

STOP & Shop Supermarket launches a digital marketplace that allows shoppers to buy fresh groceries at a discounted price.

The supermarket company is adding more stores to the Flashfood program in two New York boroughs, Queens and Brooklyn.

The supermarket company is adding more stores to the Flashfood program in two New York boroughs, Queens and Brooklyn

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The supermarket company is adding more stores to the Flashfood program in two New York boroughs, Queens and Brooklyn

Stop & Shop is also adding more of its Bronx stores to the program, which gives smart shoppers the ability to access surplus groceries that would otherwise become food waste, per Flashfood.

The supermarket chain, which has been growing in the northeastern United States since 1892, has been part of the Flashfood program since last year.

Flashfoods is currently active at around 17 Stop & Shop locations in Germany new YorkMassachusetts and Rhode Island, Supermarket News reported.

The Toronto-based Flashfood app is offering the grocery chain’s shoppers the opportunity to buy fresh items, like meats and products approaching their “best before” dates, at half the grocery’s original price.

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“Our partnership with Flashfood has been a successful complement to our food waste diversion programs,” Gordon Reid, President of Stop & Shop, said in a statement to Supermarket News.

He added that Flashfood is helping Stop & Shop “to prevent more than 140,000 pounds of food from going to landfill since 2021”.

Grocery stores have a surplus of food that is approaching its sell-by date every day, according to Flashfood on its website.

Flashfood added, “The point at which food is considered unsaleable depends on store policies and typically ranges from a few days to 1-2 weeks.”

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The app allows customers to browse deals up to 50% off at participating locations where they shop.

Products available for purchase under the program include meat, dairy, seafood, fresh fruit and vegetables.

Customers who choose to get their groceries through Flash Food could even get half-price snacks.

After selecting a discounted item, the shopper can pay for the meal using a major credit card or Visa debit card and then receive the product they want from the Flashflood “zone” at the supermarket.

They would then simply confirm the order at the customer service desk before leaving with their meal and savings.

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