Keeping your wallet full while feeding your family doesn’t have to be hard. In fact, it can be downright easy with the right coupons. Maple leaf is always offering coupons for you to save on your favoruite products!~ That means you can get a delicious dinner for your loved ones without spending a lot of money.
Get yourself a printed or mailed Maple Leaf coupon and start saving today!
New Maple Leaf Coupon
There is a new coupon for you to save on Maple Leaf and Dare Foods Products!
- Save $3.00 when you buy any 2 Maple Leaf Natural Selections Products (or 400g of full-service deli meats) & any 1 participating Dare Foods Products.
This coupon is available in both print and Mailed format.
Available through Websaver.
Your coupons will arrive in 1-2 weeks!
Coupons are available while supplies last.
The expiry date on coupon is unknown.
Maple Leaf Prices in Canada
Walmart Canada – Ontario
- Maple Leaf Natural Selections Smoked Black Forest Ham $5.67
Real Canadian Superstore – Western Canada
Sliced Oven Roasted Turkey Breast $5.78 ( Regular ) $5.28 if on sale
Maple leaf prides itself on being a passionate person about food. They have approximately 24000 employees.
About Maple Leaf
Maple Leaf Foods Inc. is a famous Canadian food company established in 1927. It was operating under the name Canada Packers. It has been considered to be the largest food processor in Canada. Maple Leaf specializes mainly in pork. Its products are sold in the United Kingdom, which helped Toronto earn its nickname “Hogtown.” it was considered the 14th largest business in Canada in 1975.
It is also known to be Canada’s largest beef slaughterer. Maple Leaf Bakery UK was founded in 1996 in Rotherham as a Canada Bread subsidiary. It operates about six locations in the UK and has more than 1,200 employees.
Maple Leaf foods Canada is also very well known for its high-quality standards in the food industry. The Maple leaf brand ensures that all its products are manufactured according to strict food safety rules. It was named Canada’s “most respected corporation” by Maclean’s magazine in 2002.