Pineapple Patch Introduces Grab-N-Go List Pads To Help Shoppers Save Money At The Store

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Grab-N-Go Lists from Pineapple Patch help shoppers spend less time and money in a grocery or discount department store by organizing their shopping lists. By categorizing their shopping lists by the departments indicated on the Grab-N-Go lists, buyers can quickly identify what they need in each department and retrieve those items, spending less time searching the store for their items.

At a time when everyone is looking for a way to save a little money here and there, Pineapple Patch offers a line of shopping list pads designed to help shoppers save money at the store by finding what they need in a more timely fashion. Grab-N-Go Lists (TM) help shoppers organize their shopping lists by department or aisle so that they can quickly identify what they need in each particular section of the store, grab it and go.

“Time is money,” says Lisa A. DeNiro, president of Pineapple Patch, Inc. “Not only do you waste time going back and forth across the store for items you’ve forgotten to pick up, but you also tend to spend more money the longer you’re in a store.”

Studies show that after thirty minutes, consumers spend fifty cents more for each additional minute they are in a grocery store. “Using a Grab-N-Go list to shorten your time in the store can actually save you money as well as free up time for more important activities,” says DeNiro.

Grab-N-Go lists are 8.5” x 5.5”, come on a pad of 40 sheets, and have a magnet for hanging on the refrigerator or elsewhere for ease of list-making. Grab-N-Go lists are available in two varieties: grocery store and discount super store. They retail for $4.95.

Founded in 2010, with the acquisition of CalenDots, Pineapple Patch offers a variety of gift, stationery and customizable products designed to be both unique and useful. CalenDots calendar stickers help individuals remember the day-to-day activities and special events in their schedules.

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