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Quality Foods earns management award

Quality Foods founding partners Ken Schley and John Briuolo are stepping up to the podium one more time to accept the coveted Platinum Member award from Canada’s Best Managed Companies.

Quality Foods was victorious in 2007 as it was selected from applicants nationwide to win a place among Canada’s 50 Best Managed Companies. Fast forward six years to 2013, with the necessary requalification and Gold Standard award on the wall, Quality Foods receives the rare Platinum Member Designation.

“The Platinum Member designation is important to our company for a number of reasons,” said Schley, Quality Foods director of operations. “For example, consider the sheer rarity of companies that share membership in this exclusive club, especially in our little part of the world on Vancouver Island. That’s a powerful statement for our front-line people to share with our customers and business community.”

Quality Foods is an independent grocer operating 11 award-winning stores on Vancouver Island and Powell River.

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