MyWebGrocer Expands to Western States and Hawaii

MyWebGrocer, provider of digital grocery solutions, has now expanded their services to Hawaii and the West Coast. 42 stores from PAQ, Inc. in California, which includes Food 4 Less and Rancho San Miguel Markets, and QSI, Inc. in Hawaii, which owns Times and Big Save Supermarkets, will now offer their customers a completely integrated digital platform across web and social media channels.

By adding MyWebGrocer’s digital shopping solution, PAQ, Inc. and QSI, Inc. will bring their customers a fully integrated digital shopping platform. Consumers will now be able to search specials, browse coupons, access meal solutions and create a singular shopping list.

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PAQ, Inc. and QSI, Inc. customers will also have the option to “Like” products and more fully engage consumers in Facebook. “We’re very excited to begin this partnership and couldn’t think of a better way to continue our expansion in California, while moving into the Hawaii market,” said Curt Alpeter, Executive Vice President for MyWebGrocer. “By offering grocery customers a way to shop, purchase and plan through a personalized set of online tools PAQ, Inc and QSI, Inc. will be able to tailor the shopping experience to their customers’ individual needs. These locations are sure to see an increase in customer loyalty and a lift in sales after implementing these new solutions that fit today’s consumer’s needs.”

“Having a fully integrated digital platform for our customers has been a goal of ours for several years. With MyWebGrocer, we are now able to provide a much more interactive and rich experience for the consumer when they visit one of our sites,” explained Jennifer Zammar, Assistant Advertising Manager at PAQ, Inc. and QSI, Inc.

PAQ, Inc. and QSI, Inc. join 113 other grocery retailers that use MyWebGrocer services, available at


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