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Loblaws expands click and collect service in Toronto

Loblaws is expanding its click and collect service after a successful trial at its Richmond Hill location. This was followed by a roll out at Redway Rd. and now the revamped Leslie St. store. The "drive through" service is still relatively new to the GTA (and Canada in general), but it appears to be catching on. It's also a way for Loblaws to separate its brand from other major grocery stores.

The company promises that additional stores will offer click and collect services, though it hasn't specified which ones. If the Leslie St. store is any indication, Loblaws will favour stores that are already receiving other renovations and upgrades. This location, which was one of the worst in the city, now sports the same upscale design as the flagship Maple Leaf Gardens store.

Photo by Frank Lemire


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