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No Frills Flyer
 
No Frills Weekly Flyer Ranking
The No Frills Canada flyer at www.shopnofrills.ca is very easy to see and actually very enjoyable to look at. A simple easy to scroll flyer that provides a nice mouse over effect for the flyer so that No Frills sale/grocery information is easy to read. Navigation is very simple and uses basic technology quite well. You can browse by each item on the page or on a page by page basis. No Frills' brands often require you to "find" the flyer, but once you have chosen your destination future navigation is easier. Add to a printable shopping list. A great way to organize your shopping for milk, bread, steak, or other consumer goods.


Overall Ranking:
A

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About No Frills

"We had to close the doors at 10:30 this morning and let people in as other people left." It was the kind of problem every store manager dreams of, especially on opening day. The first nofrills prototype store had swung open its doors in East York, near Toronto. The reaction on the part of shoppers was enthusiastic, to say the least. "The rush never stopped," explained Loblaws manager Robert St. Jean, back in July 1978. "We're really excited about it ... really excited!" The original nofrills store was just that, no frills. No product advertising, no store displays, no meat counter, no clerks to bag your groceries, and you had to bring your own bags or pay 3 cents for each.