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Merchants and retailers like Grocery Outlet offer coupons as an incentive to shoppers to purchase online or in store. When you redeems a coupon code, you will receive a discount. Typical Grocery Outlet coupons or deals offer you, a fixed discount, a percentage off the entire purchase price, free shipping, or any other discount as advertised by Grocery Outlet.
You can obtain coupon code from advertisements in Grocery Outlet store or online, reaching a specific dollar amount when a purchase is made, or as an incentive for being referred by an existing customer.
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About Grocery Outlet
James Read founded the company on June 11, 1946, in San Francisco, California. He bought government surplus food products and sold them in previously vacant stores throughout San Francisco. He named his new company Cannery Sales. In 1970, Cannery Sales acquired Globe of California and renamed it Canned Foods. Canned Foods changed to selling closeout, factory second, and discounted products. In 1971 Canned Foods signed its first agreement with a supplier, Del Monte Foods. It later signed agreements with companies such as ConAgra, the Quaker Oats Company, and Revlon. Canned Foods opened its first independent store in Redmond, Oregon, in 1973.
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