ERP beyond your fridge
grocy is a web-based self-hosted groceries & household management solution for your home.
Open Source. Built with passion.
Changelog Install guide Source on GitHub
Current version: 3.3.2 (released on 11/12/2022)
Run grocy without having to manage a webserver, just like a normal (windows) desktop application.
Download (classic installer) or
grocy on your smartphone - with barcode scanning and batch processing.
grocy on your smartphone - multiple barcode lookup sources, text-to-speech and more.
Native interface for grocy on Apple devices (iOS, macOS).
A barcode scanning helper / lookup tool for grocy.
Home Assistant Add-On
Use grocy fully integrated into Home Assistant.
Home Assistant Community Forum Thread Documentation Source on GitHub
Getting in touch
Connect with other grocy users via the subreddit or report something that does not work / new ideas in the GitHub issue tracker.
Add-ons / Tools / Guides
Community contributed tools, integrations, install/troubleshooting guides and other useful add-ons to make grocy even better and more productive.
Community contributed Add-ons and other tools Community contributed help and other guides
Track your purchases
A barcode reader ready interface makes this a easy and quick task and you always know what you currently have at home.
It's also possible to scan barcodes directly in the web browser using the device camera ( Quick video demo).
Automate & optimize your shopping list
Define minimum stock amounts of your loved products and never think about "do I need noodles or are there enough at home?".
Group products by assortments to optimize your way in the supermarket - never jump from one end to the other again and again.
Always know what's expiring next.
Input forms made for productivity
One hand, 3 seconds, no problem - errors impossible.
Recipes with intelligence
Maintain your recipes and see at a glance whether everything you need is in stock at home. Of course, everything that is not available can also be automatically added to the shopping list.
Cookbook is so 2016
Recipes clear and concise.
Meal planning like a Pro
Plan your daily meals based on your recipes and put everything needed and not at home with one click on the shopping list.
Manage your household equipment/devices
Keep all the instruction manuals and important information about your devices in one place to have them at hand when needed.
Track your household chores
Think less about "oh, when have I done last..." and stay organized easier.
Keep track of your tasks
Just another to do list.
How I (and maybe also you) like it.
Manage your batteries
Use rechargable batteries for everything to protect our environment and keep them in a good shape by knowing when you charged them last.
To any entity (like products or chores) any custom fields can be attached. Ultimately, you can create completely own objects/lists to keep track of everything in one place.
Night mode included
Because we all love it, at least sometimes. Of course night mode can be also activated automatically when the sun sets (configurable time range).
Made for every device
Whether on a smartphone or any other device, only a browser is needed - e. g. install any low-cost-low-power device in your kitchen and you have a very comfortable 24/7 grocy terminal.
Integration and customization
A (RESTful) API for everything, see the integrated Swagger UI on /api
Feature flags to disable/hide things you don't need (e. g. hide chores, everything related to price tracking, etc.)
Custom CSS and JS to ultimately customize everything down to the smallest detail
And so much more
grocy is constantly evolving and daily used by me and many others.
When you miss something, feel free to open a feature request on GitHub - maybe it will be added within hours, because your ideas are my motivation. :)
grocy is one of my hobbies and I enjoy working on it. It's mostly a one-man-show and free-time is often a rare resource.
So contributing to the project would be the thing which helps grocy most.
This doesn't have to be code - creating documentation / tutorials for grocy, helping translate grocy into your language (can be done on Transifex) or helping spread the word (e.g. by writing an article about it) is just as helpful.
If you still want to say thanks by buying me a coffee, beer or pizza instead, feel free to do so - here are some options: