ETOBICOKE, Ontario -- Oshawa Group here is switching its 28 Food City supermarkets in Ontario to the IGA banner. anada, which rises from 697 to 725 stores, Oshawa reported. The Food City stores are part of the wholesaler's Oshawa Foods division, which now serves Ontario's 182 IGA stores. Food City stores' change to the IGA name, which physically entails a face-lift and decor alterations, marks the 45th anniversary of Canada's first IGA store opening, Oshawa said. "IGA has a strong ...
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