Loblaws got cheap with its "hero pay" and food apps stole restaurants' lunch money, but many businesses stepped up to help in a time of crisis.
Walmart Canada and Loblaws are looking to hire due to a spike in shoppers.
"We will not raise a single price," chief executive Galen Weston says.
More than nine in 10 Canadians say they are personally motivated to reduce plastic waste, but far fewer are willing to pay more.
CEO Galen Weston, Jr., has opposed previous efforts to get the retailer to raise pay.
The company plans to roll out the service at all of its U.S. locations by the end of the year.
If you signed up to receive one, look forward to some free grocery money.
And if you haven't signed up yet, there's still time.
The company says it had nothing to do with the scheme.
The retailer is trying to make amends with customers for a bread price-fixing scheme.