GroceryRun

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GroceryRun is an Australian online supermarket, based in Melbourne, Victoria. GroceryRun was founded in 2011. The site offers non-perishable goods. It features products refused to major supermarkets due to product deletions, cancelled orders, incorrect stock forecasts, changes in packaging or short use-by dates, as well as alternative brands. Some products are over 50% cheaper than major supermarkets.[1]

The site has been featured on both A Current Affair and Today Tonight.[2][3]

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