under the banners Metro, Metro Plus, Super C and Food Basics.
The Super C banner operates 96 discount stores in Quebec. Under the concept of "Marché" and "Dépôt", consumers have access to a wide range of fresh and grocery products at great prices.Go to the superc.ca consumer site
The 60 Quebec stores are known for their friendly atmosphere and the freshness of their products - produce, baked goods, prepared foods and premium quality meats prepared by experienced butchers.Go to the marcherichelieu.ca consumer site
Over the years, the two Les 5 Saisons located in Outremont and Westmount have earned an enviable reputation as grocers who specialize in sought-after, high-end products from Québec and elsewhere around the world.Go to les5saisons.ca consumer site
The AMI banner first appeared in the Quebec City area in 1962. The name is derived from the Association des Marchands Indépendants (independent merchants' association). In addition to grocery products, these 199 small stores offer meat, fruits and vegetables, dairy products, frozen foods, bakery products and prepared meals.Go to the marcheami.ca consumer site
These 90 small markets offer not only grocery products, but a variety of meats, fruits and vegetables, dairy products, frozen foods, bakery products and prepared meals, selected to meet customer needs.Go to the marcheextra.ca consumer site
This concept of independent convenience stores also offers a grocery section designed to meet the special needs of customers. The banner has flexible guidelines to meet retailers' operating requirements. Some stores offer bakery products, delicatessen items, pastries, prepared meals, fruits and vegetables, and frozen products. There are 415 of these convenience stores in Quebec.
As of March 11, 2017