By now, we’ve all heard about the Bread Price-Fixing Scandal.
For over a decade, Canadians were overcharged for a basic household staple – bread!
Since this has come to light, Loblaw introduced the $25 Gift Card Program to help win back the trust of customers, but for some, it wasn’t quite enough.
Other retailers are taking a similar, but different approach – namely Save-on-Foods.
Save-on-Foods insists they had no knowledge of, nor were they involved in the bread price-fixing scandal, but they still feel obligated to help customers impacted by this illegal activity. So, through the More Rewards Program, Save-on-Foods is offer customers a $25 Gift Card. Since Save-on-Foods is not named in legal proceedings, this offer will have absolutely NO impact on future Class Action decisions.
You may choose to use your gift card yourself or to donate to a local food bank.
Offer available to customers over the age of majority who were More Rewards members prior to December 31, 2017 and purchased commercial bread at Save-On-Foods sometime in the past 14 years.
One offer per household.
While supplies last.