November 10th, 2016

London Drugs Named Quest Food Exchange Most Valuable Partner, Reducing Food Waste by 389,000 lbs This Year!

London Drugs Quest Food Exchange Partner Trucks

Kevin Sorby, London Drugs General Manager, Retail Operations, proudly received this recognition from Quest Food Exchange at their partnership event November 3rd.

London Drugs Food Waste ReductionQuest Food Exchange is a non-profit organization dedicated to reducing hunger with dignity. They redirect food from local food industry that might otherwise go to waste. Food is then sorted, processed, and distributed to organizations and people who need it most.

In partnership with London Drugs, Quest takes food products that are at or near expiry, or that would otherwise be wasted, and ensures they get used, safely and with dignity, by people that need them most.

In the last year, that amount totaled over 389,000 lbs.

screen-shot-2016-11-09-at-9-02-37-amAs part of our commitment to reducing our overall waste, we realize food waste is an critical issue, and we are pleased to work with Quest Food Exchange in BC to make a difference.

Want to know more about our food waste diversion, and how YOU can make a difference? Check out our blog.

Or better yet, visit the Quest Food Exchange website and learn how you can help.


October 1st, 2014

RRROCA Community Cleanup a Huge Success! Over 4,500 pounds of electronics and other items diverted from the City of Calgary’s landfills


On September 20, 2014 the communities of Rocky Ridge and Royal Oak participated in a Community Cleanup sponsored by The City of Calgary and London Drugs.

The parking lot of London Drugs Royal Oak was turned into a recycling party with music playing, a Community Appreciation BBQ serving up hot dogs, and a steady stream of recyclers from the community dropping off items at the different charity and recycling stations.

LD-cleanup2Local charities, Neighborlink and Goods Trading Services together reused a whole truck load of clothes, household goods, furniture and toys – all being donated to families in need. Habitat for Humanity also collected remnants from renovation projects for use in future construction.

Global Electric Electronic Processing (GEEP) took 4640 pounds of electronics recycling – computers, television, VCRs, printers filled 12 cages to the brim.

December 5th, 2012

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