Posted: Thursday, July 30, 2009 --- 5:10 a.m.
We all want to save time and money these days.
What if you could search deals at your local grocery store before heading out the door and without going through the newspaper?
In this week's Hot Trends we introduce a new website called mygrocerydeals.com.
Unless you get the Sunday paper, a trip to the grocery store may take extra time to shop and compare the deals. Also, you can miss special savings that only come if you do your homework.
One website, mygrocerydeals.com can take the legwork out of it for you.
The free website says it will help you take a bite out of rising grocery store prices.
All you do is enter your store of choice...they have price listings for Copps, Cubs, Sentry and other stores in the area.
You can choose a category and scroll down for all the savings they even tell you when the the sale on the item ends.
Those aren't the only numbers on this website either You can even compare calories and other nutritional information from your computer. Just click and the nutritional facts pop up.
If you have a printer at home you can also visit their coupon gallery and see what's available
The service is free. All you have to do is go to My Grocery Deals dot com and fill out a customer profile. It will ask you where you prefer to shop. The entire process takes less than 10 minutes.
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