Keeping up with healthy eating is not difficult with Grocerybunny hopping around town to assure that every tummy is filled with top-notch food.
Co-founders Lucas Lu and Stephen Bentley established this Toronto-based company in 2012 to jump start a crusade of bringing people healthy groceries at a reasonable cost. The dynamic duo are on a social mission to make quality groceries more accessible and affordable.
Grocerybunny functions in the same way as popular group buying business models; gather a handful of friends looking to eat healthy to purchase limited edition deals that'll result in saving money and getting more than bargained for. Fifteen dollars worth of fresh organic mouthwatering berries will account for $20 worth.
Customers can choose to pay with credit cards or Paypal to retrieve a receipt, which is to be brought to the store and shown during check out. This ingenious business does the work for customers and saves them the stress of running around to find affordable and healthy goods.
Working to make Toronto a healthier place, Grocerybunny is constantly on the lookout, scrounging for the best and most nutritious groceries.
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