Designed from the ground-up to solve the issue of selling varying weighted products. Product prices will automatically be calculated based on how they are priced, making it simple for the customer to understand what they are getting. So sell your steaks by the pound and your ground beef by the package, it couldn't be easier.
You have full control over how inventory is managed for each product. Control which pickup locations a product is available at, allow products to be back-ordered, and much more.
GrazeCart was built to help farms sell direct to consumer by taking pre-orders for pickup at buying clubs. Easily add your pickup locations and schedule your pick-up dates and times. You can also set up shipping zones if you want to offer home delivery.
One of the challenges of selling direct-to-consumer is establishing new pickup locations. Our Pickup Proposals tool helps you aggregate leads and turn them into productive pickup locations.
Easily adjust the final weight of order items and send your customers an email with the final total. You can add, remove, or edit items, apply discounts or fees, and much more.
Control which payment options customers can choose during checkout, even on a per-location basis. Customers can choose to pay-at-pickup, get invoiced, or pre-authorize a credit card which can be charged as soon as their order is packed.
GrazeCart offers your customers an intuitive shopping experience. They can easily browse your products by category, protocols, vendor, or search. GrazeCart can either be integrated into an existing website, or work as your entire content management and shopping cart solution.
Easily customize the look of your site with the theme editor. Choose your fonts, colors, logo, and more. Add your own content with unlimited pages, blog post, and recipes. All GrazeCart sites are built to be mobile-friendly and easy for your customers to use.
Keep what you earn. We will never take a percentage of sales.
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