Loblaw Companies

Loblaw Companies

Loblaw Companies Limited (TSX: L) is the largest food retailer in Canada, with over 1,000 corporate and franchise supermarkets, operating under 22 regional and market segment banners, including namesake Loblaws. With 14 million weekly shoppers, Loblaw maintains an extensive private label program that includes grocery and household items, clothing, baby products, pharmaceuticals, financial services, cellular phones, and general merchandise under such brands as President's Choice, No Name, Joe Fresh, Everyday Living, Exact, and Teddy's Choice.

Loblaw is also one of the largest private sector employers in Canada with more than 136,000 full-time and part-time employees. With the exception of workers at The Real Canadian Wholesale Club in Alberta, who are members of the Christian Labour Association of Canada, unionized employees are members of the United Food and Commercial Workers.

Headquartered in Brampton, Ontario, Loblaw Companies Limited is a subsidiary of George Weston Limited. Loblaw's regional divisions include Westfair Foods Ltd. in Western Canada and Northern Ontario, National Grocers Co. Ltd. in Ontario, Provigo Inc. in Quebec, and Atlantic Wholesalers Ltd. in Atlantic Canada.

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