Toronto's WagJag acquires fellow Ontarian FoodScrooge

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Toronto-based WagJag has acquired FoodScrooge.com which will now operate as WagJag Grocery. The daily deals startup acquired the company to enter the grocery market's group-buying space.

"We provide local grocers a new, innovative way to connect with local customers that costs them next to nothing," says Tim Ray founder of FoodScrooge.com.

WagJag Grocery will feature a variety of quality grocery items each week, such as frozen meats, burgers or seafood, at low prices. WagJag claims to be the largest group-buying website in Canada.

"We're very excited about this new offering for our members," says Jeremy Zuker, General Manager of WagJag.com "It is our goal to continue to provide new ways for consumers to save and discover new and, in this case, tasty, products."

 FoodScrooge Inc. was the first graduate of the Prince Edward County e-Innovation Centre, in Picton, Ontario. Startup capital for FoodScrooge was provided through the Government of Canada's Economic Action Plan & the Prince Edward, Lennox & Addington Community Futures Development Corporation.

Company:
WagJag.com
Website:
http://www.wagjag.com
Location:
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Online group buying platform that features exceptional daily deals on fun things to do and places to eat in cities across Canada. more


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