Improving The Environment.

The Save-On-Foods flyer has gone digital. More and more customers tell us they prefer to receive their deals and discounts in a digital format. In fact, 80% of our flyers were left unread. By going digital it reduces our environmental impact eliminating approximately 8 million pounds of flyers every year. Investing in a digital flyer furthers Save-On-Foods’ aspirations to be a zero-waste company.

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Our Response to COVID-19

As always, the health and safety of our team members and customers is our top priority. Learn what we're doing to help keep everyone safe at this time. LEARN MORE >

Our Company

Proudly Serving Western Canada

Save-on-Foods has a legacy of outstanding value and customer service that began over 100 years ago in Western Canada. Today we proudly operate 175+ stores throughout British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Whitehorse, Yukon.Learn More

Our Priorities

  • Caring for Customers

    Caring for our customers starts with ensuring our products meet your family’s needs.

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  • Sustaining our Resources

    For decades, we have been committed to addressing climate change at a local, provincial, national and global level.

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  • Community Leaders

    At every store, we support local employment, local sourcing and building community relationships.

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  • World Class Culture

    Our team members are the heart of our operation. We strive to give them the safe and inclusive environment they need to succeed.

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raised to date for children's hospitals across Western Canada with the support of our team members, customers and partners

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We are listening and understand the needs of our customers – we share their values. By building sustainable practices, giving back to the communities we serve, and continually creating a healthy working environment, we aspire to meet the evolving demands of our communities.

Darrell Jones, President of Save-on-Foods

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in goods and funds generated for charities in 2022


local growers, suppliers and producers supported in Western Canada