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    Snappy Shopper supports frontline workers with NHS Staff Benefits partnership

    Home delivery app Snappy Shopper has partnered with NHS Staff Benefits, which offers various perks and discounts to NHS employees by providing additional support and incentives.

    Teaming up with Snappy Shopper, NHS staff members can get £10 off an £11 shop, meaning a basket of items for just £1!

    Snappy Shopper said the partnership allows it to support the remarkable individuals who work for the NHS, with the initiative enabling NHS employees to slightly alleviate the ongoing pressures of the cost-of-living crisis by getting a reduction on the price of their groceries.

    “We are proud to announce our new partnership with NHS Staff Benefits, as it aligns perfectly with Snappy Shopper’s commitment to serving those who serve us all,” Mike Callachan, founder and chief executive at Snappy Shopper, said.

    “Our mission has always been to provide convenience and value to our customers, and now, by joining forces with NHS Staff Benefits, we can extend our support to the incredible NHS workforce who tirelessly care for our communities. Together, we’ll ensure that our modern shopping solution makes their lives a little easier, offering them a well-deserved perk for their unwavering dedication to keeping us all healthy and safe.”

    Hayley McCallum, business development manager at NHS Staff Benefits, said: “We are excited to announce our new partnership with Snappy Shopper, a collaboration designed to bring even more value to our dedicated NHS Staff Benefits members. By joining forces, we are not only making everyday shopping more convenient but also extending a gesture of gratitude to those who work tirelessly for the health and well-being of our communities. Together with Snappy Shopper, we are taking a step forward in enhancing the well-deserved benefits our NHS staff members receive.”

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