Featured offers in this Loblaws flyer: $3.99 lb / 8.80/kg sirloin tip oven roast; 2/$5 or $2.50 ea. Driscoll's strawberries; $2.49 lb / 5.49/kg pork side ribs; $1.88 10 lb Farmer’s Market Russet, red … [Read more...]
Featured offers in this Loblaws flyer valid 12/18-12/24/2015: $10.99 lb / 24.23/kg whole beef tenderloin premium oven roast; $1.99 lb / 4.39/kg fresh Grade A turkey; $1.99 lb / 4.39/kg Red Globe … [Read more...]
Featured offers in this Loblaws flyer: $1.49 lb / 3.28/kg PC or Butterball turkey; 3/$5 or $1.67 ea 10 lb Bag Farmer's Market Russet, red or yellow potatoes; $3.99 lb / 8.80/kg chicken breasts or … [Read more...]
Featured offers in Loblaws Black Friday 2015 Flyer valid 11/27-12/03/2015: $189.97 Westinghouse 32" Smart LED TV; $59.97 Proscan 9" Android 5.0 tablet; $199.97 RCA 39" LED TV; $99.97 HP dash cam; … [Read more...]
Latest best Loblaws deals valid 05/22 – 05/28/2015: $4.44/lb Extra lean ground beef; 2/$4 strawberries; $3.99 Becel margarine; 2/$5.50 D'Italiano bread; $3.99 Fresh kebabs; 2/$5 From Our Chefs Harissa … [Read more...]
Loblaws is a supermarket chain with over 70 stores in Canada, headquartered in Brampton, with stores across British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec. Loblaws is a division of Loblaw Companies Limited, Canada’s largest food distributor.
Founded by Theodore Loblaw, Loblaws stores used to operate across Canada until the early 1960s, when most locations in western Canada were re-branded as SuperValu, and later as Real Canadian Loblaws. The company also once operated stores in upstate New York and northwest Pennsylvania. These were sold to Bells Markets in the mid-1970s. Some of the Loblaws stores in northwestern Pennsylvania continued operation into the early 1990s.
Actor William Shatner did a number of television commercials for Loblaws in the 1970s, and finished the ad spots by saying originally, “At Loblaws, more than the price is right; but, by gosh the price is right!” later shortened to, “At Loblaws, more than the price is right.”
Beginning in 2008, some new and renovated Loblaws stores were given a new store format and were named Loblaw Great Food, dropping the red-orange curved-L logo. Stores under this banner are also subject to slightly different collective-agreement terms with the United Food and Commercial Workers, the union representing Loblaw employees. The chain’s location on the site of the former Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto, opened in late 2011, is promoted as simply Loblaws and uses the familiar “L” logo, but is officially named “Loblaws Great Food”, indicating that similar terms are in place at that store. On July 19, 2013, Loblaws introduced their new concept “Loblaws CityMarket” in North Vancouver, BC.
If you are interested in knowing more about the company, its statements, products, and special offers or discounts, please visit www.Loblaws.ca
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