That as Save On Foods exits from the use of paper and shifts to an online flyer only program for its customers.
The move making for less material to read over the dinner hour in preparation for shopping day.
The British Columbia grocery giant made the announcement a few weeks back alerting customers to the pending change, with the shift seemingly coming with this weeks roll out of flyers to Prince Rupert homes.
The grocery retailer follows WalMart which stopped its own home delivery program a few years back, for an online version.
That leaves Prince Ruper area shoppers with only Canada Safeway and Shoppers flyers for their grocery comparison lists in print, both however also offer online versions (see links above) for those looking for one stop flyer shopping.
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