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Shopko Weekly Ad Circular

Shopko Weekly Ad - Shopko (formerly ShopKo until June 2007) is a chain of retail stores based in Ashwaubenon, Wisconsin. Shopko was founded in 1962 by James Ruben, and its first store opened in Green Bay. From 1991 to 2005, the company was publicly held, with stock traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol SKO.

In December 2005, the company was acquired by an affiliate of Sun Capital Partners and reverted to private ownership. In 1999, Shopko purchased Pamida, a regional discount chain that operated mainly in smaller communities of 3,000 to 8,000 people.

Shopko operated Pamida as a separate division until 2007, when Pamida was separated from Shopko and reestablished as a separate company. In 2012, Shopko and Pamida merged into one company. Shortly after, most Pamida stores were rebranded as Shopko Hometown.

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Shaw's Weekly Ad Circular

Shaws weekly ad - Shaw's and Star Market are two American grocery store chains based in West Bridgewater, Massachusetts, employing about 30,000 associates in 154 stores. One hundred thirty two stores are operated under the Shaw's banner in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont, while Star Market operates 22 stores in Massachusetts. Until 2010, Shaw's operated stores in all six New England states and as of 2011 Shaw's remained the only supermarket chain with stores in five of the six after it sold its Connecticut operations.

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Lowe's Market Weekly Ad Circular

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Lowe's Market Weekly Ad Circular - Lowe's Market is a regional supermarket chain, primarily in West Texas and South Texas and throughout New Mexico. The company also operates stores in Colorado and Arizona. The company's home office is in Littlefield, Texas.

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Cardenas Weekly Ad Circular

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Cardenas Weekly Ad Circular - Welcome to Cardenas, the store where fresh, quality and wholesome foods are what you get, around the year. When it comes to food we are very traditional in our thought and believe that fresh is the way to go. Come look around our stores and you will find some of the boldest flavors & inspirational meal ideas. A great place to shop besides the regular grocery store for many items, especially their meat and produce.

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Rite Aid Weekly Ad Circular

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Rite Aid Weekly Ad Circular - Rite Aid Corporation is an American drugstore chain in the United States and a Fortune 500 company headquartered in East Pennsboro Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, near Camp Hill. Rite Aid is the largest drugstore chain on the East Coast and the third largest in the U.S. An offer was presented by Walgreens Boots Alliance in October 2015. Rite Aid accepted the offer and is currently pending government antitrust committee approval. If the deal is approved without significant divestiture of stores, Walgreens would form the world's largest retail pharmacy chain in terms of number of locations.

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Tops Markets Weekly Ad Circular

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Tops Markets Weekly Ad Circular - Tops Friendly Markets is an American supermarket chain based in Williamsville, and currently operates 172 full-service supermarkets along with an additional five supermarkets operated by franchisees under the Tops banner. Currently Tops employs over 16,000 associates. Tops is a leading full-service grocery retailer in upstate New York, northern Pennsylvania, western Vermont, and north central Massachusetts.

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Dollar General Weekly Ad Circular

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Dollar General Weekly Ad Circular - Dollar General Corporation is an American chain of variety stores headquartered in Goodlettsville, Tennessee. As of January 2016, Dollar General operated over 12,400 stores in all U.S. states except: Alaska, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Washington and Wyoming.

The company acquired the 280 stores of the P.N. Hirsh Division of Interco, Inc. in 1983, and in 1985 added 206 stores and a warehouse from Eagle Family Discount Stores, also from Interco, Inc. In recent years, the chain has started constructing more stand-alone stores, typically in areas not served by another general-merchandise retailer. In some cases, stores are within a few city blocks of each other.

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Publix Weekly Ad Circular

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Publix Weekly Ad Circular - Publix Supermarkets, Inc., commonly known as Publix, an employee-owned, US supermarket chain based in Lakeland, Florida. Publix works through the Southeast, with offices in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, Tennessee, North Carolina and plans to expand to Virginia in 2017. Since its opening was founded in 1930 by George W. Jenkins, Publix is ​​a private company wholly owned by current and former employees. It is considered the largest employee owned company in the world. It is currently in the number 67 in the list of 100 Publix Weekly Ad For Fortune magazine in 2016 and was at No. 8 on Forbes' 2015 list of America's great private companies and is the largest in Florida.



The company 2015 sales were US $ 32.4 billion, with a profit of $ 1.97 billion, ranking # 87 on the Fortune magazine Fortune 500 list of Publix Weekly Ad 2017 Supermarket News ranked Publix No 5 in the 2014 "Top 75 North American Food Retailers" based on the sales…

Giant Food Stores Weekly Ad Circular

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Giant Food Stores Weekly Ad - Giant Stores, LLC is an American supermarket chain stores in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia operates under the names of Giant and Martin. Giant is a subsidiary of the Dutch company Ahold. Giant stores are often referred to as Giant Carlisle to distinguish it from its sister company, Giant Landover. The main difference between the giants Landover and Giant Carlisle, is that its connection Landover, Giant Carlisle while no entity, with the exception of shops in Lewistown, Pennsylvania and the Philadelphia area.



Giant Food Weekly Ad was founded in 1923 when David Javitch opened a small meat shops in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Carlisle Meat Market, as it was known, began as a two-man butcher. David Javitch, also known as "Corporate D.J.," said its activities in the premises of the "best product on Giant Food Ad Weekly." He spent most of his hours in the store, and his children were raised. His business boomed in 1920 and 19…

Acme Weekly Ad Circular

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Acme Weekly Ad Circular - As the company moved away from non-food items and fresh market brand, many of the provisions were renewed and renovated. From the mid-2000s to the present, many of the older Acme Weekly Ad has undergone some improvements. These projects were to help modernize and coffee making facilities, and streamline and improve customer experience.



In 2006, one of the participants Tops Markets Acme's, announced that he had departed northeastern Ohio and Acme Weekly Ad required to sell 46 stores. Eight of them were in Akron, of which initially operated as a Finast. Acme president Steven T. Albrecht pointed to the Akron Beacon Journal that the company will be "to review the Tops stores" to see if it "fits Acme targets" Acme No 11, located in Tallmadge, bought shifted to the previous Tops stores across the street in 2007 . Later that year, Acme Tops other place in Parma, Ohio, which was empty for a year. The new store opened on May 3, 2008 Acme No 20.

Kroger Weekly Ad Circular

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Kroger Weekly Ad Circular - The Kroger Company, or simply Kroger, is an American Retailing company that was founded in 1883 by Bernard Kroger in Cincinnati, Ohio. This is the United States, the largest supermarket chain in turnover ($ 109.83 billion for the fiscal year 2015), the second-largest general retailer (behind Walmart) and the Kroger Weekly Ad largest companies in the United States. Kroger is also the third largest retailer in the world. Kroger Weekly Ad December 2015 Kroger operated, either directly or through its subsidiaries, 2.778 supermarkets and multi-department stores. Kroger, headquartered in downtown Cincinnati.



It holds markets in 34 countries, with a retail formulas supermarkets, hypermarkets, department stores, 786 supermarkets and 326 jewelers in the neighborhood. Kroger-brand grocery is located in the Midwest and southern United States. Kroger operates 37 food processing and production facilities, 1,360 supermarket fuel centers and 2.122 pharmacies. Kroger emplo…

Winn Dixie Weekly Ad Circular

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Winn Dixie Weekly Ad Circular - Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc. is an American supermarket chain based in Jacksonville, Florida. Winn-Dixie is at number 24 in the 2010 "Top 75 North American Food Retailers" based on FY2009 estimated revenues of $ 7.3 billion of Supermarket News. and Winn Dixie Weekly Ad is ranked the 45th largest retailer in the United States based on 2012 revenues of Winn Dixie shopping magazine currently has 513 stores in Florida, Alabama, Louisiana, Georgia and Mississippi. The company has its current name since 1955 and has its roots back to 1925.



Winn-Dixie is known for its private label Chek brand soft drinks, which are produced in more than 20 different flavors plus diet and caffeine-free varieties, one of the largest spaces. Winn-Dixie is known as "The Beef People" of his life. In its advertising and print media, Winn Dixie Weekly using the brand promise of "Fresh Checked every day" for his Jacksonville DMA "Better All The Time"…

Safeway Weekly Ad Circular

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Safeway Weekly Ad Circular - Safeway, Inc. is an American supermarket chain founded in 1915. It is a subsidiary of Albert Children after by private equity investors led by Cerberus Capital Management In January 2015, the primary base of the Safeway operations in the western and central United States got a couple stores in the Middle Atlantic region of the east coast. The branch is located in Pleasanton, California headquartered parent company in Boise, Idaho.



In April 1915, Marion Barton Skaggs bought his father 576 square feet (53.5 m2) in American Falls, Idaho, for $ 1,089. The chain, which operated as two separate companies, Skaggs Cash Stores and Skaggs United Stores, grew rapidly, and Skaggs enlisted the help of his assistant and five brothers growing network of stores. Safeway Weekly Ad business strategy Mr. B. gave to its customers value, and to expand to keep a narrow profit margin, proved spectacularly successful. By 1926, he Skaggs 428 stores open in 10 countries. Mr. B. alm…

Target Weekly Ad Circular

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Target Weekly Ad Circular - The Target Corporation, also known as a target, the second-largest discount retailer in the United States, behind Walmart and a component of the S & P 500 index. Founded by George Dayton and headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the company was originally called Goodfellow dry goods in June 1902 before being renamed the Dayton the Dry Goods Company in 1903 and then the Dayton Company in 1910 opened the first goal store in Roseville, Minnesota in 1962, while the parents Dayton Corporation in 1967 renamed the Dayton Hudson Corporation after merging with the JL Hudson company in 1969, and the possession of a number of chain stores including Marshall Field Dayton Hudson and Mervyn's.


established as the highest scoring division of Dayton Hudson Corporation in 1970 Target began to expand the store nationwide in the 1980s and the Target Weekly Ad format under the target mark in the 1990s, the company successfully as a cheap -chic player is in the indust…

Kmart Weekly Ad Circular

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Kmart Weekly Ad Circular - Kmart Corporation (sometimes stylized as K-Mart or Kmart) is a chain of big box stores headquartered in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, United States. The chain Sears bought for $ 11000000000 in 2005, forming a new Kmart Weekly Ad under the name Sears Holdings. The company was founded in 1962. In October 29, 2016, the company operated a total of 801 Kmart stores. This is a decrease of 941 Kmart stores in January 2016 the sector operates stores in 49 states, Puerto Rico, the US Virgin Islands and Guam (the largest Kmart houses). It also operates stores in Canada, Mexico and Eastern Europe.



Kmart became known for its "blue light special" She looked surprisingly times when store employee will light on a mobile police light and Kmart weekly ad on one part of the store, while announcing the special discount on broadcasting the up store. At the height of the popularity Kmart is the phrase "Attention Kmart shoppers!" Then he went into the American po…

Meijer Weekly Ad Circular

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Meijer Weekly Ad Circular - Meijer, Inc. is a local American Supercenter chain headquartered in Walker, Michigan, Grand Rapids metropolitan area. Founded in 1934 as a supermarket chain, Meijer attributes the innovative modern Supercenter concept in 1962. About half of the company 200 stores are located in the Lower Peninsula of Michigan, with additional locations in Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Wisconsin and Illinois. Meijer has an affiliation with Fred Meyer. The chain is at number 19 on the Meijer Weekly Ad list of "America the largest private companies" and 19 in Fortune 2008 "The 35 largest US private companies. In 2016, Supermarket News ranked Meijer No 15 in the 2016 Top 75 of United States & Canada Food Retailers & Wholesalers. Based on 2015 sales, Meijer is the 26th largest retailer in the United States.


Meijer was founded as a Meijer in Greenville, Michigan, Henry Meijer, a Dutch immigrant. Weekly Ad Meijer was a local hairdresser who entered the supermarke…

Key Food Weekly Ad Circular

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Key Food Circular - Key Food Stores Cooperative, Inc. is a cooperative of independent and multinational supermarkets, founded in Brooklyn, New York, on April 20, 1937. The stores in Connecticut, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. The seat of the cooperative Key Food on Staten Island, the Executive Dean Janeway. The cooperative also stores under the Key Food Circular, Fresh & Natural Key, food dynasty, Municipal Market, Food World, Food Marketplace Universe Super Fresh and Food Emporium banners.

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In November 2015 the company has to buy 23 shops from A & P in bankruptcy, bringing the total number of Key Food Circular under its administration to 212. The shops, including branches of Pathmark, A & P, Waldbaums, Food Emporium and Food basics United States. Two of the stores are owned collectively rather than cooperative operation (first for the company). The acquisition made it the largest grocer in New York. The primary supplier of A & P and…

Ctown Weekly Ad Circular

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Ctown Circular - C-Town Supermarkets is a chain of independently owned and Ctown Circular in the northeastern United States. C-Town was founded in 1975 with the purpose to use economies of scale for small affiliated stores purchases and advertising Power Pool. Camping has ample Circular 200 stores in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.

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C-Town is the fifth largest food retailer in the New York City metropolitan area. C-Town provides instant Dale Foods; many products sold highlighted in C-Town stores. (Immediate Dale also provides a smaller Bravo supermarket chain). Marketing and advertising for C-Town managed by Alpha I Marketing Corporation.

Walgreens Weekly Ad Circular

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The Walgreen Company (Walgreens, or sometimes archaic Walgreen) is an American company and the Walgreens Weekly Ad in the US behind CVS Caremark. It specializes in filling prescriptions, health & wellness products, health information and photo services. From February 29, 2016, the company operated 8,177 stores in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands. It was founded in Chicago, Illinois, in 1901. Walgreens headquarters in the Chicago suburb of Deerfield, Illinois.



In 2014, the company agreed to the remaining 55% of the Walgreens Weekly Ad that they already buy property in order to form a global business. Under the terms of the acquisition, the two companies merged to create a new holding company form, Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc., the Walgreens subsidiary of the new company on December 31, 2014, which retains its Deerfield headquarters and is traded on the Nasdaq under The Icon WBA.

Sprouts Farmers Market Weekly Ad Circular

Sprouts Farmers Market Weekly Ad Circular. Customer Reviews for Sprouts Farmers Market

Lisa M. - Always shop here. Store is always clean, food is always fresh and the prices are extraordinarily low. Staff is super friendly as well. It's literally up the street from our house and is easy to get in and get out. I prefer sprouts over the fresh market up the street.

Allison M. - Ooooh this is a very clean and well organized sprouts. Went here with a friend on a shopping spree and spent the whole time wondering why I don't shop here more. She let me in on the Wednesday secret (double deals). Very kind workers and good produce. Sold!

Jae V. - Really glad there is a Sprouts in Snellville. It's like a cheaper Whole Foods, but I would not say it's 'cheap'. Good options for produce and even though this is a smaller store, the vitamin section is well stocked. Nice place for buying speciality health products.

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Akhavan Supermarche Flyer

Akhavan Flyer - Akhavan Supermarche is located in Quebec with 2 locations – one in Montreal and one in Pierrefonds. With more than 10000 square feet filled with Iranian, Mediterranean and Middle-Eastern Products, Akhaven Supermarche has the biggest Mediterranean & Middle-Eastern supermarkets in the Downtown / South of Montreal Island.

This exotic grocery store in the NDG area has earned a reputation for the best lamb and the freshest pistachio nuts in the city. Halal meats, including goat and veal, are sold here, as well as dried beans and Middle Eastern delicacies that will tempt even the most timid gourmet. You can sample one or two of the mouth-watering Middle Eastern pastries and sweets, or the flatbread as big as a skateboard. Look for Patak's curry paste and pickle products, as well as hard-to-find Turkish Delight and irresistible halvah.

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Ambrosia Natural Foods Flyer

Ambrosia Natural Foods Flyer - Husband and Wife John and Rina opened Ambrosia’s doors on John Street in 1979, selling nuts, dried fruits, baking goods, snacks and other bulk food items at discount prices. During the late 1970s, the bulk food concept was new to Canada, and the public appetite for quality bulk food products at significant savings soon caught on.

From our original bulk food business, we expanded into vitamins and minerals, natural foods, fresh organic fruits and vegetables, natural cosmetic products, frozen entrées, specialty foods and more.

After 15 years of business at the John Street location, we embarked upon a major expansion in 1994. We moved from a 700 sq. ft. space to a 7,000 sq. ft. retail warehouse on Doncaster Avenue in Thornhill. Then in 2013, we opened our additional location in the Vaughan neighbourhood.

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Kent Flyer

Kent Flyer - Kent Building Supplies (commonly known simply as Kent) is a chain of 31 retail home improvement stores in Atlantic Canada, owned by J.D. Irving Limited. Kent, founded in 1974, is the region's largest big box building supply chain in terms of both sales and number of locations, as Home Depot has only recently entered the market.

This company also operates 2 Distribution Centres in Moncton, New Brunswick. For over 30 years Kent has provided the service, knowledge and products our customers need to accomplish their building and renovation goals.

Kent operates 50 retail locations, including 7 Central locations, and employ over 3,200 associates in communities across New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Prince Edward Island.

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National Sports Flyer

National Sports Flyer - National Sports, one of the largest sporting goods retailers in Sourthern Ontario, offers the best selection of brand name hockey equipment, footwear, sportswear and sporting goods.

The National Sports story started when Norm Clements created National Gym Clothing Limited, in 1968. Although he started out selling sports equipment from the trunk of his car, his passion couldn't be contained and the company expanded to include multiple retail stores in Southern Ontario. Now owned by FGL Sports Ltd. and its parent, Canadian retail icon Canadian Tire Corporation, National Sports continues to provide outstanding selection, pricing and service to its loyal Customers across Ontario.

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Pet Valu Flyer

Pet Valu Flyer - The Pet Valu family of stores includes Pet Valu, Paulmac’s Pet Food and Bosley’s, and together we are one of the largest retail operations in North America dedicated to providing families with food and supplies for dogs, cats, companion birds, wild birds, fish, reptiles and small animals.

In our pet-friendly stores you’ll find over 7,000 products, including holistic and premium brands of pet foods and treats, as well as a wide selection of essential and innovative pet supplies to suit every budget.

At Pet Valu we understand that your pet is a part of the family, because we’re pet parents too. At our stores you’ll find a great selection of pet food, treats, toys and accessories, all at competitive prices. You’ll find our stores in local communities across Canada and the north-eastern United States. Across all our stores, you’ll find friendly Pet Experts trained in pet care and nutrition through the University of California Davis Extension School. We pride ourselves on …

Atmosphere Flyer

Atmosphere Flyer - Canada is one of the largest outdoor playgrounds in the world. We believe that every Canadian should have the opportunity to turn every trip to the great outdoors into an escape from the ordinary. Our nation offers the world’s best escapes and they begin at an Atmosphere Store.

One of the best ways for us to enable Canadians to get out there and enjoy our outdoor is to ensure Canadians can reach out to us. The depth and breadth of our product selection is nearly unmatched. Our Online Store enables Canadians in smaller or remote communities to take advantage of our top brand selection and expert service. The strong buying power we've garnered during our legacy in the Canadian outdoor goods market means that we are able to bring our customers an enormous selection of some of the best brand names, as well as a number of private label brands unique to our stores.

Our relationships with many national and regional parks and recreational organizations have helped us re…

Fiesta Farms Flyer

Fiesta Farms Flyer - Fiesta Farms is Toronto’s largest independently owned grocery store and garden centre. What does that mean? It means we only have one store. But it’s a big one. “Largest” means we carry the range of products you’d expect from a chain. "Independent" means we can choose what those products are-who makes them, where they come from, what’s in them, their place in the local economy. Stuff like that.

Partly because being choosy is good, and partly because it’s good business. When we opened up over 20 years ago, we decided to focus on two things the big guys couldn’t compete with: serving our local ethnic communities and supporting our local economy. Now those things are popular. And so are we!

A visit to the store will let you know pretty quickly that we don’t turn our nose up at anyone, but we tend to be particularly popular with folks who get more from food shopping than just a full larder. As it turns out, food matters to a lot of people for a lot of differ…

Wholesale Club Flyer

Wholesale Club Flyer - Wholesale Club is a chain of warehouse clubs owned by Loblaw Companies with locations across Canada. The chain was formerly named The Real Canadian Wholesale Club, a reference to Loblaw's hypermarket banner Real Canadian Superstore (both banners originated in Western Canada).

While the primary target consumers are business owners in the foodservice industry, the stores are also open to the general public. Products: Bakery, dairy, deli, frozen foods, gardening centre, general grocery, general merchandise, meat & poultry, pharmacy, photolab, produce, seafood, snacks.

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Bulk Barn Flyer

Bulk Barn Flyer - Bulk Barn Foods Limited is considered Canada's largest bulk foods retailer with stores located in every province. The company was founded in 1982 and they currently operate over 260 retail locations. Bulk Barn's head office is located in Aurora, Ontario.

Bulk Barn carries more than 4,000 products - including soup and nuts, baking and candy-making ingredients and supplies, candy, snacks, cereals, grains, spices, dried fruits, vitamins and supplements, health and natural food products and pet food. Their marketing campaigns are based around their motto of "Pinch to a Pound", which indicates to customer that they can buy as much or as little as they need.

In 2017, Bulk Barn partnered with zero waste enthusiast, Béa Johnson, and launched a Reusable Container Program that allows customers to shop waste free should they choose.

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Quality Foods Flyer

Quality Foods Flyer - Quality Foods has been operating on Vancouver Island BC since 1982, having opened our first store in Qualicum Beach. We're an award-winning leader in the Canadian grocery industry with over 1000 people working with us in 13 full service stores.

With company founders Ken Schley and John Briuolo announcing they are stepping back from selling groceries, Quality Foods is now wholly owned by BC's own Jim Pattison Group. "We're still the same Quality Foods that you hve known and loved for 35 years," states Noel Hayward, QF president. "We are still BC owned and operated, and that's important to us." Mr. Hayward helped start Quality Foods along side Ken and John, and will now lead the company into the future.

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Real Canadian Superstore Flyer

Real Canadian Superstore Flyer - Real Canadian Superstore is a chain of supermarkets owned by Canadian food retailing giant Loblaw Companies. Its name is often shortened to Superstore. Originating in Western Canada in the late 1970s/early 1980s, the banner expanded into Ontario in the early 2000s as Loblaw attempts to fend off competition from department stores including U.S.-based Wal-Mart.

Loblaw has tested alternative banners at some locations in Ontario, with some labelled as "Loblaw Superstore", and a few others as simply "Superstore"; for a time this was reflected in the chain's marketing which used a separate logo to advertise all of these banners. The company has since reverted to marketing the entire chain as Real Canadian Superstore, although some locations might retain other signage.

Products: Bakery, charcuterie, clothing, dairy, deli, frozen foods, gardening centre, gasoline (select locations), general grocery, general merchandise, meat & poult…

Highland Farms Flyer

Highland Farms Flyer - Highland Farms Inc. is a Canadian family-owned regional supermarket chain in the Greater Toronto Area. Founded in 1963 by brothers Charles Coppa and Louie Coppa, Highland Farms grew from operating a single moderately sized grocery outlet to (at its peak) five locations across the GTA in Vaughan, Scarborough, Mississauga and North York.

The headquarters of the company is co-located with its Mississauga outlet at 50 Matheson Boulevard East, in northern Mississauga. The Coppa family split the company between the two brothers in 2013 with three former Highland Farms stores (the North York, Vaughan, and one of the Scarborough locations) being rebranded as Coppa's Fresh Market under a new company owned by Louie Coppa.

Since we first opened the doors in 1963, our family has proudly offered a huge selection of quality products, a firm commitment to customer service and unparalleled value. Every shopping trip is a flavour adventure, with shelves and counters fully st…

Ashley Furniture Flyer

Ashley Furniture Flyer - Ashley Furniture HomeStore is an American furniture store chain that sells Ashley Furniture products. Opened in 1997, the chain comprises over 450 HomeStore locations in North America and 520 locations worldwide. The chain has both corporate and independently owned and operated furniture stores.

The first Ashley HomeStore opened in Anchorage, Alaska in 1997. Since then, the company has become the #1 home furniture retailer in North America. They have stores located throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Central America, and Japan.

In April 2015, Ashley Furniture HomeStores made its first incursion in South America by opening its first store in Santiago, Chile.

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