Extra Foods

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Extra Foods
Type Division
Industry Retail supermarket
Founded 1982
Headquarters Brampton, Ontario
Products Bakery, beer, charcuterie, clothing, dairy, deli, frozen foods, gardening centre, gasoline (select locations), general grocery, general merchandise, liquor, meat & poultry, pharmacy, photolab, produce, seafood, snacks
Parent Loblaw Companies
Website http://www.extrafoods.ca/

Extra Foods (also branded as extrafoods) is a supermarket chain, part of Loblaw Companies Limited. It operates 42 stores in Canada, with majority of them in Western Canada. Most Extra Foods stores are smaller than its sister chain, The Real Canadian Superstore, and most locations are in smaller, rural communities. Extra Foods is similar to Ontario's Your Independent Grocer/Zehrs banners, as well as Quebec's Provigo banner.

In 2008, Loblaw began converting some locations to the similar No Frills format already used for the company's deep-discount stores in Ontario.[1]

In 2010, Loblaw began converting some locations to a new format similar to the "Great Foods" stores found in Ontario, some of which have since converted to Your Independent Grocer.

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Alberta[edit]

8 locations:

British Columbia[edit]

14 locations:

Manitoba[edit]

8 locations:

Ontario[edit]

2 locations:

Saskatchewan[edit]

10 locations:

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