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Company Overview

Our Mission and Code of Ethics are much more than pretty words: they are how our team chooses, every day and in every task, to work.

Our Mission Statement 

To be Canada's better food destination by helping Canadians Eat Better, Feel Better, and Do Better

Corporate Social Responsibility 

Rather than promote Corporate Social Responsibility as a separate, stand-alone "Look What We Do" initiative, Thrifty Foods chooses to fulfill its obligations to our environment, our community, our customers, and our staff through every one of our operations day-to-day. 

The notion of doing what's right - whether it's looking for ways to diminish our carbon footprint, or giving back to the communities in which we do business - is put into practice every time we open our doors, decide which supplier we're comfortable ordering from, or introduce a new healthy-alternative product into our stores. 

We take pride in the sustainability of our supply chain and in setting policies that will ensure we maintain ethical trading practices, engineer our stores for maximum energy savings, fund free community programs to fight the epidemic of childhood obesity, and commit to healthy labeling. We do these things to help build the kind of world we'd like to live in - today, tomorrow, and in the future. Thrifty Foods takes its corporate social responsibilities seriously. Not only by staying in rigorous compliance with all government requirements that regulate food safety and the health and well-being of our customers and employees - but also by remaining vigilant and imaginative, and by searching out ways in which we can do everything we do, better.

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Code of Ethics

As an organization serving the public, we proudly perform and conduct our business in a responsible and ethical manner.
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History at a Glance

Has it really been almost forty years? Here’s how we grew from one Thrifty Foods smile in Fairfield, Victoria in 1977 to 25 stores across Vancouver Island and the Lower Mainland today.
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