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Save-On-Foods add two stores in Saskatchewan


Save-On-Foods will add two new locations in Saskatchewan on March 28. The new stores will replace Buy-Low Foods stores in Warman and Tisdale.

“We are excited to join the Save-On-Foods brand to bring our customers more ways to save,” said Save-On-Foods Warman store manager Colin Labrecque. “It’s an exciting time for our team and our customers.”

Both stores will close as Buy-Low Foods on March 27 at 6 p.m. and reopen on March 28 at 8 a.m. under the Save-On-Foods name. A grand opening celebration will be held on opening day.

Colin Labrecque in Warman and Jason McFall in Tisdale will lead the new stores.

“As Save-On-Foods, we’re able to give our customers a little extra, and even more of what they love – great deals on great products, provided by people who give amazing customer service,” said McFall.

The addition of these two stores takes Save-On-Foods’ store count to 181 across Western Canada.

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