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Grocery Plaza Launches Working Beta Site
Hundreds register at launch of one-of-a-kind shopping site
Dallas, TX - July 8, 2004 /Send2Press Newswire/ -- Grocery Plaza, Inc. (www.GroceryPlaza.com) announced today the launch of its working beta site amidst favorable responses from its initial customers. Grocery Plaza offers a wide selection of online services for consumers, retailers, and manufacturers including online shopping services and catalogs, web hosting, e-commerce capabilities, application hosting, website development, marketing and optimization tools.
"This is a great day for grocery shoppers and retailers," said Yehi Benshoshan, the founder of Grocery Plaza. "The customers are coming, and the retailers and suppliers are not too far behind."
"Grocery Plaza is a tool for consumers to pre-shop for items on their regular grocery list or from recipes," Mr. Benshoshan continued, "It allows the consumer to make educated decisions on nutritional value and price at any number of participating retailers."
Consumers can find sales at their neighborhood grocer and merge it to their shopping list. They can find and add coupons and either print or download their list to their mobile accessory (palm, pocket pc, or cell phone). Grocery Plaza will centralize all the grocery needs for the consumers: find stores, find and review products, learn about products data, find sales and coupons - and even shop online with its partners.
"It was amazing to see thousands of visitors, in just few days after launching the Beta site, looking for nutrition facts, building their grocery list or looking for a supermarket in their neighborhood," said Michael Davis a retailer, management consultant, and a member of the Grocery Plaza Advisory Board. Davis added, "On-line food shopping can be a challenge, but users will find enjoyment in creating nutritious menus and selecting appropriate ingredients at our website. Grocery Plaza will help turn grocery shopping into a fun and rewarding adventure."
About Grocery Plaza, Inc.
Founded in Dallas, Texas in 2003 by retail industry technologist Yehiel Benshoshan, and supported by an advisory board of retail industry leaders, Grocery Plaza, Inc. is designed to be the "pre-eminent pre-shopping service" where consumers plan and make grocery purchases based on such factors as dietary concerns and supermarket coupons and promotions.
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