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NBC5 Dallas Fort Worth How to shop for surplus food, June 6, 2023 


In a newly opened warehouse space in Coppell, shelves are stocked with a revolving inventory of snacks like chips, almond butter and noodles. Pantry staples that Louis Fritjofsson, CEO and co-founder of Martie, said may have otherwise gone to more.

- Diana Zoga


FOX26 Houston Martie opens in Texas: Saving money with salvage, overstock grocery sellers, April 12, 2023

Overstock and salvage grocers sell foods that don't sell in major grocery stores but are still good, and an online overstock grocer just launched in Texas.
These grocers can save you hundreds of dollars a year and help save the more.
- Heather Sullivan


CONSUMER AFFAIRS An online grocery with a completely different twist has moved on the scene, March 8, 2023

As the latest Consumer Price Index report showed, grocery prices are still rising – up 11.3% vs. this time last year -- with no sign of stopping.
To make consumers feel like they’re not getting sold down the river, private label brands have offered lower prices and dollar stores have provided more food choices. Now, there's another new way to stretch the food more.
- Gary Guthrie


THINGTESTING I tried Martie's discount online grocery delivery, and the savings and sustainability made it a great dealJanuary 9, 2023

First impressions of I love the branding. I don’t usually find traditional discount stores to be meccas of visual branding, so their website was definitely refreshing. In perusing through Martie’s selection, I was more.
- Kela Sowell


HNGRY.TV Martie Brings Discount Groceries Online With Better-For-You Brands, October 10, 2022

Martie is a new online grocery service that works with distributors and brands to procure pallets of packaged food that doesn't meet the strict standards of large grocery retailers or surplus items from production runs. This allows the startup to sell better-for-you brands at 40-70% more.
- Matt Newburg


Companies are attacking food waste in different ways, from developing a better food supply chain to “skins” for produce to food sharing.

And today, Martie officially enters the market with its approach to stop from going into landfills food that is thrown away due to package changes, being a seasonal product or nearing their best buy date.

- Christine Hall

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