Presidents Choice - Choice is also carried in the Grand Cayman and Cayman Islands in Hurley Supermarkets Channels Presidents Choice’s food

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Presidents Choice Places Country of Origin President Choice’s products originated from the North American continent. Its country of origin was the United States, however it expanded to Canada. It first became available in the Chicago in Jewel grocery stores in the early 1990s. Furthermore, it expanded to another retailer known as Loblaws Companies Limited, becoming another private label of the brand. However, both of these retailers were unrelated. During 1995-1999, Lucky stores carried the brand. The brand was also sold in Michigan in the Glen Market. In addition D&W Food Centres, Shop & Shop supermarkets, Great Scott!, and the Bell Markets in western New York also carried the brand for several years. The origin of President Choice will be seen from Chicago as that’s were its roots were born. Thus Presidents Choice was a US born brand label. On a side note, President’s
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Unformatted text preview: Choice is also carried in the Grand Cayman and Cayman Islands in Hurley Supermarkets. Channels Presidents Choice’s food products such as breads, cereals, canned food, and cheese are channeled through supermarkets. These channels include Loblaws (their own private brand), No Frills, Food Basics, Price Chopper. There non-grocery store items such as baby products, bath and body care, cleaning are channeled as well through their supermarkets. However, it is expanded to include retailers such as Wal-Mart and other big box stores. There mobile phone service is Bell Mobility being resold. They channel this service through cell phone kiosks in their supermarkets and other third party retailers such as Wireless Wave, Best Buy Mobile. Lastly, their financial services are offered through Loblaw companies their supermarket chain and CIBC a major Canadian bank....
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2010 for the course BUSI 45612 taught by Professor Fag during the Spring '10 term at DeVry Chicago O'Hare.

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