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Why Square Is A Great Free POS For Markets And Grocery Stores

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Emily Kipling

Emily Kipling

Emily is a writer, strategist, and freelance consultant based in Indianapolis. She is driven to create content that empowers her readers and her clients to make better choices in their business and their lives. When she's not in the thick of researching and developing blogs for Merchant Maverick, she likes to cook from scratch for her family or escape outdoors and meander through nature with her rescue pup.
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    Emily Rude

    We use Square at our small food cooperative. It’s fine, but it does have two major drawbacks. First, Square does not process EBT or Vision cards (used for SNAP, previously called “food stamps”). Second, Square’s inventory system does not allow decimal entry, only whole numbers. This would be a deal-breaker if we were not assured that the ability to enter decimal inventory (such as for bulk items or meats sold by the pound) is a feature that will be available soon.
    Square, if you’re listening, please allow decimal inventory and process EBT cards. It’s so important for grocery stores. Thank you!

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