Toronto grocery store is now doing a happy hour with lower prices
Bars use happy hours to attract customers at slow times of day, so why shouldn’t grocery stores do the same to reduce waste?
Every Thursday from 6 to 7 p.m., customers can enjoy deep discounts on the store's stock of products with a strong environmental bent.
"We'll heavily discount products with an upcoming best-before date, and to make it fun, we'll have a draw for a small giveaway and also discount some of our everyday products," says Dipesh Shah, owner and founder of Canary & Fox.
Discounts of anywhere from 10 to 50 per cent (depending on expiry date and shelf life) will apply to items like milk, bacon, veggie broth, gravy cubes, spices, snacks, sauces, and spreads.
Of course, what's on sale will change week to week, so you'll just have to check out the shop yourself to try and snag a sweet deal.
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