There are some grocery items I just can’t do without. Like my buttery spread (dairy free), Zico Coconut Water, and my kids’ favorite breadcrumbs. However, being a busy mostly work-at-home mom means I don’t always remember to keep my fridge stocked and I always forget to buy things when I do get to the store. However, chuze can help.
7 years in the making, chuze began as Danielle Borom’s school science project. “One day, my mom forgot to buy something at the grocery store I really wanted and I got inspired.” Danielle graduated high school with 2 patents & a purpose. With her dad Mike by her side, Danielle grew up pitching her big idea. The Boroms’ concept won over all the experts they needed to make it happen—capital investors, top marketing executives, and brilliant developers. And so, this team of innovators, believers & industry insiders became chuze.
Chuze solves a common problem.
You can connect either with your email or your google account and it’s available in the app store (for IOS) and google play (for android).
- Chuze sends you coupons for your favorite items, only when you need them. No more multiple-page coupon booklets in the mail, no need to save crumpled coupons in your wallet or worry about their expiry dates.
- Based on your preferences, chuze suggests new favorites—so every grocery trip may be an adventure.
- Chuze organizes your shopping list by aisle, for over 10,000 stores across the country.
- Simply scan to add products, and chuze will create one seamless shopping list for everyone in your family.
So I can open my fridge and scan the products that I know I’m running out of and add it to my list.
This way, when I’m at the store, I simply open the app and everything I’ve scanned shows up (so I buy it again). Which is great, because I way too often, I leave the store and forget to buy something!
Want to get chuze and start shopping smarter? Use my link or click the Chuze pic below.
But wait, there’s more!!
Chuze just launched its “bundles” on October 24th, with a surprise for last minute Halloween shoppers. There’s a coupon that you can print out for 20% off $70 at Party City, as well as with fun solutions to the problems that plague parents and treat-givers this time of year. chuze’s “Be Super” campaign includes timely coupons bundled with content about costume hacks, sensory play, and Food Allergy Research & Education’s Teal Pumpkin Project.
Also check out chuze’s Make Your Own Monsters kitchen craft – which promises to mesmerize kids from toddler to tween. Kids benefit from hands-on sensory play, so they’ll love this activity – which transforms cupcakes into little monsters, and exploring a variety of textures, colors, smells and flavors. When you print your Halloween Bundle you’ll also get coupons for Duncan Hines products too. Which is pretty super to me!
Chuze has also joined 100,000 families in supporting the Teal Pumpkin Project. Displaying a teal-painted pumpkin helps children with food allergies find their way to safe Halloween treats.
In solidarity, chuze has curated a Party City shopping list filled with great deals on temporary tattoos, stickers, toys and glow sticks. Party City’s Make Your Own Costume selection makes it easy to customize, upgrade and create semi DIY costumes. Shoppers can take advantage of chuze’s Halloween Bundle, and redeem the coupons from now to October 31st.
How to Redeem the coupon:
Shoppers can download the free app for Android or iPhone, register their email address, then look for an email invite. They can also access the bundle right in the app, by scanning a code or typing “Halloween Bundle” into their grocery list. Remember, you have to download and PRINT the coupon before you go to Party City!
After Halloween, chuze will keep inviting subscribers to explore different bundles as they’re created. Their mission is to make it easier to Be Super and help families find all those little moments of joy in the everyday.
I really like that chuze wants to know what you think — fill out their survey! Stay tuned to see what else we do with chuze!