Chilliwack Cooper’s Foods to become Save-On-Foods

Change comes Friday for Coopers Foods at Garrison Crossing

The Overwaitea Food Group (OFG) is growing its Save-On-Foods banner by converting two existing OFG stores to Save-On-Foods this week.

On Friday, August 28, Cooper’s Foods on Garrison Way in Chilliwack and PriceSmart Foods on King Edward Avenue in Vancouver will reopen as Save-On-Foods –recognized in 2015 as BC’s Most Loved Brand by BC Business Magazine.

As Save-On-Foods stores, these two locations will continue to offer customers the same low prices they are used to and will give customers access to even more savings and added value through Save-On-Foods programs including Darrell’s Deals, Talk about Savings, Talk about Local, and Talk about Fresh Solutions.

“The communities have told us they want Save-On-Foods, and our number one priority is to deliver what our customers ask of us,” Overwaitea Food Group President Darrell Jones says. “We’re excited to continue strengthening a banner that’s already a household name in B.C. and with the support of our more than 15,000 team members, our communities the Extra Mile service they’ve come to expect from us.”

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