Co-op is a wholesaler, manufacturer, marketing and administrative co-operative that own and operate a number of retail stores. You can find food, gas/convenience stores, and home retail stores that are part of the Co-op system, as well as agro centres.
Co-op has stores reaching from Vancouver Island to northwestern Ontario, and even some in the Arctic. The retailing systems works by having the FCL service local retail operations which then service the members/consumers.
Co-op’s head office is located at:
401 22nd Street East
See Co-op specials in their weekly discount flyer. They also release a magazine called table. You can find the Co-op store closest to you by visiting www.food.crs or download the Co-op CRS app for Andoid or iOS.
Co-op Private Label
Co-op retailers sell a number of brand name products as well as their own private label offerings. The first private label brands were started in 1944 when the predecessors to FCL opened a flour mill in Outlook, Saskatchewan. All private label items come with a 100 percent satisfaction guarantee.
Co-op private label brands are:
- Co-op Gold – food products and ingredients
- Co-op Gold Pure – food and cleaning products categorized by Ingredients, Organic, and Clean
- Co-op Market Town – deli and bakery items
- Co-op Centsibles – everyday essentials
- Co-op Care+ - health and wellness products
- Co-operative Coffee – coffee
- Lucky Dragon – world food products
History of Co-op
Co-op, known officially as Federated Co-operatives Limited (FCL), began in Manitoba and Saskatchewan in 1928, when businesses in the prairies realized it was most beneficial for individual associations to work together to create one larger system.
Co-operative wholesalers quickly started popping up all across Western Canada, supplying their members with goods such as petroleum. Now, there are more than 170 independent retail associates within the Co-operative Retailing System (CRS) in Western Canada.
Co-op on Kupino.ca
Kupino.ca provides regularly updated info on flyers, sales and special offers for Co-op stores across the whole Canada.
In current leaflet, you can find these products at reduced prices
- Schneiders Smokies $11.99
- Maxwell House Coffee $26.99
- Navel Oranges $7.99
- VH Sauces $4.88
- Philadelphia Cream Cheese or Dips $7.98
- Tulips $7.99
- Kraft Peanut Butter $3.99
- Crave Entrées $9.99
- Co-op Boneless Skinless Glazed Chicken Breasts $6.99
Overview of current, future, and past flyers from Co-op. Browse the current Co-op flyer to save money. Discounts are valid from Thu Jan 23, 2020 until Wed Jan 29, 2020. Kupino.ca reviews and updates special offers from retailers around Canada for you every day. To view items on sale in the current Co-op flyer, go to the Discounts tab in the flyer. Have you not picked anything from the current Co-op flyer? In the category Department and Grocery Stores we have another 33 flyers from 34 retailers, e.g. current Longo's flyer, current London Drugs flyer, current Sobeys flyer. You save time and money by browsing online at Kupino.ca and shopping for sale items at Co-op.
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