Food Basics Feedback Survey
Take online at www.FoodBasicsfeedback.com
Image having your next shopping trip at Food Basics paid for!
If you shop at Food Basics stores, you can now enter a customer survey for the chance to win $1,000 in Free groceries.
This contest is ongoing and all you need to enter is a valid store receipt.
Participate in the Food Basics Customer Satisfaction Survey and you could win
free Groceries for a month!
Keep your receipt handy and enter now at www.foodbasicsfeedback.com
When you reach the contest site you will have the choice to select between Metro and Food Basis Grocery stores. Simply pick the one that matches your sales receipt.
This Contest is open to any resident of the province of Ontario, Canada, who, by or during the Promotion Period,
has reached the age of majority and has a valid e-mail address.
How many times can you enter the FoodBasicsfeedback.com Contest?
There is a limit of one (1) Entry recorded after an Entry Form/Entry is submitted, per eligible person,
You may gain extra entries by sending an invitation to your friends.1-4 ‘friends.
The email will be sent to the referred friend and a referral will ‘count’ when the referred friend opens this email.
For a no purchase entry click the “enter without a receipt option” and you will get a free survey code!
start your feedback here
about Food Basics:
Food Basics is a discount Canadian supermarket chain owned by Metro Inc. and with all stores within Ontario. It was created by A&P Canada to compete with the successful No Frills warehouse-style supermarket operated by Loblaw Companies. It became part of the Metro group when A&P Canada was sold to Metro.
Food Basics prices are generally lower due to low maintenance (no free plastic bags, just free cardboard boxes), store decor is kept to a minimum and a smaller number of staff is employed, mostly part-time positions. The chain operates by pushing higher volumes on a limited selection of products than Metro, allowing it to compete price-wise with other grocery stores. There are 117 locations in Ontario. 36 were franchise stores until Metro Inc. purchased all stores back by the end of 2008.