Whither Loblaw? Food giant intends to “adapt to changes”

Loblaw says it will  open 30 new stores and renovate more than 500 in an indeterminate period as it “continues to adapt to changes in the food retail sector.” It’s not clear where this initiative fits into other expansion announcement in recent years. The new release speaks of a continued roll out of its Click & Collect e-commerce, improved health and wellness services, and the inclusion of fresh food at select Shoppers Drug Mart locations.

  1 comment for “Whither Loblaw? Food giant intends to “adapt to changes”

  1. orenwolf
    April 13, 2017 at 6:59 pm

    Click & Collect, I have to say, is pretty awesome. You can edit you order until a few hours before pickup, they call to confirm substitutions and expiry dates on perishables with you, and are super-fast to load your groceries when you arrive at the store. All for $3-5. GREAT for car commuters!

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