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Quality Foods plans to use electric trucks to help reduce its environmental footprint. (Photo courtesy Quality Foods)

Two big Vancouver Island-based firms switching to electric transport trucks

Charging stations for Tesla Semis to be built for Quality Foods and Mosaic Forest Management

 

The new Clean Cart technology makes sure carts are well-sanitized for customer use. (Michael Briones photo)

Quality Foods opens new flagship store in Parksville

Mayor: ‘City is obviously growing out this way so it’s going to be a big help to all the residents’

 

Shown is Quality Foods at 319 Island Highway in Parksville. The Island-based grocery chain announced on Jan. 25 it made a $2-per-hour pay premium, implemented during the COVID-19 pandemic, permanent. (Mandy Moraes photo)

COVID-19: Quality Foods makes $2-per-hour employee pay premium permanent

Island-based grocery chain had extended increase twice in 2020

 

Quality Foods advertising manager, Regan Beaulieu, (left) and president, Noel Hayward, (right) stand in front of the Clean Cart on its first day of testing, Nov. 12. (Jane Skrypnek/News Staff)

Victoria-area Quality Foods launches innovative new cart cleaning device

The Clean Cart uses far-UV light and is the first of its kind in Canada

Quality Foods advertising manager, Regan Beaulieu, (left) and president, Noel Hayward, (right) stand in front of the Clean Cart on its first day of testing, Nov. 12. (Jane Skrypnek/News Staff)
Quality Foods president Noel Hayward (right) with Autism Award winners Julie Tempelton and Nathan Bodie. (PHOTO COURTESY PETITE PHOTOGRAPHY)

Nominate a hero for BC Autism Awards

Quality Foods sponsoring the third annual awards

Quality Foods president Noel Hayward (right) with Autism Award winners Julie Tempelton and Nathan Bodie. (PHOTO COURTESY PETITE PHOTOGRAPHY)
Quality Foods in Port Alberni has seen a lot more online delivery requests than usual as a result of COVID-19 restrictions. (ELENA RARDON/ Alberni Valley News)

Quality Foods closes for Easter to thank grocery workers

Delivery orders nearly break online system for Island grocery store

Quality Foods in Port Alberni has seen a lot more online delivery requests than usual as a result of COVID-19 restrictions. (ELENA RARDON/ Alberni Valley News)
Catriona McKay, second from left, and Emily Donahue from ADSS Leadership class present a cheque to Glen Cheetham from the United Steelworkers that students raised before Christmas. David Matlock, left, Quality Foods’ assistant manager, and grocery manager Dylan Blats, right, matched the donation in order to purchase turkeys for millworkers who have been on strike since July. (SUSAN QUINN/ Alberni Valley News)

Donations help Port Alberni residents during crucial time

Students raise funds for striking millworkers; Gurdwara Society supports hospice programs

Catriona McKay, second from left, and Emily Donahue from ADSS Leadership class present a cheque to Glen Cheetham from the United Steelworkers that students raised before Christmas. David Matlock, left, Quality Foods’ assistant manager, and grocery manager Dylan Blats, right, matched the donation in order to purchase turkeys for millworkers who have been on strike since July. (SUSAN QUINN/ Alberni Valley News)