No Frills flyer, typed nofrills, which could be translated into French as “sans fioritures”, is a Canadian chain of hard-discount food supermarkets founded in 1978 and belonging to the group Loblaw Companies Limited. The chain has more than 175 stores in seven provinces across Canada, including Ontario, Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador.
supermarkets (called supermarkets), a large retail store, are generally chain operated. Supermarkets are stores that sell all kinds of products. In addition to daily needs, some supermarkets also sell fashion.
No Frills flyer are operated in a modern way, seeking efficient logistics and realizing small profits but fast turnover. It offers a large number of different brands, prices and types of products, which are organized in an orderly fashion, so that customers can buy everything they need in the same store and retain them with a greedy and practical mindset. After customers choose the goods, they line up at the counter to pay, reducing employee demand and lowering costs. Supermarkets usually have tools such as carts and baskets for customers to store their products. Some supermarkets even offer delivery services.