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Quality Foods store gets gold

Quality Foods walked away with an armful of hardware at the Independent Grocer of the Year Awards in Toronto last month.

The Bowen Road Quality Foods’ entry into the master merchandiser category was the judge’s favourite in the Canadian medium store category, winning gold.

The store also received the Canadian Independent Grocer Platinum Award for 10 years of excellence.

The QF in Courtenay was named top grocer in all of B.C. and the Yukon in the large store category, and won bronze at the national level.

Quality Foods in Nanoose Bay received a platinum award for 10 consecutive years of national recognition in the awards of merit program.

All eleven QF stores received an award of merit from judges who visited all applicants across all Canadian provinces andterritories.

For more information on the awards, please go to www.cfig.ca.

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