Loonie Drops, Food Prices Rise: Combat Increasing Grocery Costs With Flipp

January 13, 2016 | Posted by Anne Morello

Weekly Shopping App Finds Local Flyer Deals to Help Canadians Stay on Budget

TORONTO, Jan. 14, 2016 /CNW/ - As the Loonie plummets and the cost of fruits and vegetables rise, Canadians will soon need to pay more at the checkout. Flipp, a free shopping app that aggregates digital flyers to help shoppers find the best deals, offers an easy-to-use solution to manage increasing grocery expenses.

"Food is a significant expense. As prices rise it becomes increasingly important to arm yourself with tools to stay on budget," says Kerry Taylor, personal finance expert and author of 397 Ways to Save Money. "Flipp helps you plan ahead, find sales and save money on the food you need to keep your family healthy."

 Flipp brings shoppers the best deals on everyday essentials including fruits, vegetables, meat and diary products. The app lets shoppers search local flyers for the biggest discounts, and users can create an in-app grocery list of sale items. Flipp also takes hundreds of brand coupons and matches them to local flyer deals to create the most savings. On average Flipp users say they save 30% on their weekly shop.

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