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Open Your Online Grocery Store

Add Online Grocery Sales to Your Repertoire of Services

How it Started

Co-Op Shopper has been in the planning stages since the beginning of Covid 19 at which time founder Art Duy worked as a marketer in the Salt Lake City Costco. Art often met customers traveling from as far away as Elko Nevada (253 miles) just to shop at Costco. This, along with meeting quite a few disgruntled professional shoppers told Art that opportunity was just around the corner.

Time for Change

After countless months of learning and testing, Co-Op Shopper was finally ready to go with its online store starting with over 850 Costco grocery items found in most locations. Co-Op shopper stores are independently owned, each built to the owner's specifications with pricing and fees that fit their situation. 

Co-Op Shopper

Open Your Store - Sell Costco Grocery items Online 

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An Opportunity You Don't Want to Miss

Co-Op Shopper Websites - Better than Most Franchises for a Fraction of the Cost

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Store Features

  • Gift Cards

  • Shopper Rewards Program

  • Shopper Wishlist

  • Grocery Organizer

  • Shopper database

  • Send invoices

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Mobile App

  • Add/delete products

  • Adjust prices

  • Order status

  • Website analytics

  • Add coupons

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Your Store

  • Payments directly to you

  • Set your pricing & shopping fee

  • Decide for whom and when you shop

  • Set delivery fees by distance traveled

  • Set permission or block website visitors

Important: You are responsible for collecting payments, paying appropriate local, state, and federal taxes, as well as following local, state, and federal laws regarding operating a business. It is always best to seek legal advice before moving forward.

 

Co-Op Shopper is a website developer and does not get involved in your business. However, we reserve the right to shut down any website that does not follow the rules set forth by local, state, and federal laws, as well as abide by our Policies, Terms & Conditions

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