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Food Ordering, Made Simple

Project Groceries is a website designed for Home Economics teachers to make the job of food ordering easier and more streamlined.

Is your current process too slow and cumbersome?

Project Groceries is designed to be fast and easy to use. You can make orders from anywhere, at anytime and they will be collated for you.

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Access Anywhere

You can access the program anytime, anywhere, as a web application.

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We'll do the counting

Need to collate your orders? No worries. Project groceries collates orders for you.

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Print When Ready

A groceries list is conventiently provided for when you are ready to purchase.

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We're All Ears

We're always incorporating user feedback to make Project Groceries better for everyone.

Feature Highlights

A little taste of what Project Groceries has to offer.


Orders in Project Groceries are made in classes. When you create a class, you and your students are then able to make orders for that class. It's that simple.

A robust ordering system

Project Groceries allows you to order ingredients in various compatible units. For example, you could order 1 cup of sugar as well as 2 tablespoons of sugar.

Comments allow you to add important extra information to orders. For example, you could specify the preferred brand for an ingredient

You can add tags to ingredients and recipes. This makes order management a lot easier and simpler.

Edit Orders

If you make any mistakes while ordering, there's no need to worry. You can always edit your orders after the fact. You can change the amount ordered, or the unit in which you made the order.


You can store recipe ingredients and easily order them at any time, for any number of servings. If you already have a bank of existing recipes, you can import them as excel files easily.

Upload Recipes

Upload recipes quickly and conventiently from excel files or by entering a link. Supported websites include:


Default Ingredients

Out of the box, Project Groceries comes equipped with a default list of ingredients so you can get up and running in no time. Of course, you can always create additional ingredients for your school.

Learn the basics of Project Groceries

Frequently Asked Questions

When does my 30 day trial begin?

The 30 day free trial is linked to your school's account. It begins when your school's account is first created and lasts for 30 days.

Is it possible to have multiple users for one account?

Yes. Mutliple users can be connected to one school account. This allows you to share classes, recipes, ingredients etc.

Can I add my own ingredients?

Project Groceries comes with a default list of ingredients, but you can always add your own. If there is an ingredient that isn't in the default list, or perhaps you want to measure an ingredient differently, adding an ingredient is a breeze. You just give the ingredient a name and choose how it is to be measured.

Can I import my own recipes?

Yes. If you already have a bank of existing recipes, you can import them as excel files easily.

Will the recipes we create always be stored on Project Groceries for our school?

Yes. The recipes you create will be stored on Project Groceries for your school as long as you need them to be. Only teachers from your school will be able to create, edit, or delete recipes from your school. This also applies to ingredients, orders, and other data from your school.

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A simple monthly or yearly rate per school

Got any questions?

If you have any questions, feature requests, or just want to discuss what I'm working on, feel free to get in touch.

Hemedi Saidi

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