Proprietary data and algorithms that power AllCart's 90,000 store sales flyer analysis provide app users with an easy way to find the best grocery deals. This has helped customers save as much as $400 a month.
FREMONT, CA: AllCart, has declared the launch of the AllCart app, a free app that helps shoppers find the best local deals. AllCart is available on iTunes, Google Play and directly on AllCart's website. In today's market, American consumers committed to the best deals and spending less time in-short because of the pandemic, do not have many choices as popular services like Instacart charge both merchants and shoppers exorbitant fees, sometimes as much as 100 percent of the price of the goods purchased. AllCart addresses all these challenges in a seamless way that benefits everyone involved.
Proprietary data and algorithms that power AllCart's 90,000 store sales flyer analysis provide app users with an easy way to find the best grocery deals. This has helped customers save as much as $400 a month. AllCart's efficient search filters through over 90 million goods, 500K unique objects, over 1 billion average prices and up to 10 million products on sale at any given time. If users agree to share their positions, AllCart would also be able to show them all nearby supermarkets—price range average inventories and the grocers sell the most sales.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues and unemployment remains high in key industries, American shoppers have also had to face higher prices for many basic food products, including staples such as beef, milk and eggs. As reported by the Bureau of Economic Analysis from February to June 2020, meat and poultry prices rose by almost 11 percent, with beef and veal prices increasing by 20 percent. The rise was around 8.5 percent for pork. Consumers also pay more for other staples: over the same period, egg prices rose by 10 percent, and cereals and fresh vegetables rose by 4 percent.
"AllCart grew out of an organic need to support consumers in saving on their grocery budgets during an uncertain period. I was preparing to launch SpotHop, a bar and restaurant startup that allows users to find deals and real-time specials but Covid-related shutdowns interfered," stated Harrison. "Instead of shuttering the company, I explored ways to repurpose the existing technology to help those suffering from the effects of pandemic and economic issues, and to retain the staff of 15. As AllCart grows, we will continue to add features to help users save and manage their grocery budgets."