COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) UPDATE: SEE DETAILS

Take the grocery shopping stress away and avoid crowded areas and empty shelves while you support local small businesses for your family’s needs this week. Remember to check individual businesses for adjusted hours and operations and practice proper social distancing of 2 meters between shoppers and workers.


1. Pastry Chef
Prince George’s European bakery features not only exceptional bread - their rye bread is worth the splurge - but also dozens of freshly baked treats from pastries, speciality loaves and pies. You’ll have a hard time choosing between the freshly made buns, pretzels, sweet bites and more.

All seating has been removed, takeout only.


Photo: Birch & Boar

2. Birch & Boar Charcuterie & Provisions
A small artisan butchery, Birch & Boar provides all the staples to create an impressive charcuterie board, has shelves full of high-quality pantry staples and hundreds of different meat cuts. Don’t miss the chance to try their popular Nancy’s bacon, or give one of their dry-aged steaks a go on the BBQ. Meat packs, vegetables and staples all available in store.


To limited foot traffic, customers are limited and curbside pick-up is encouraged. Call in your orders at 250.960.2292

 

 

3. Prestige Hotel & Grand Trunk Tavern
Last week, the Prestige Treasure Cove Hotel & Grand Trunk Tavern announced they would be offering a temporary grocery delivery service for folks across Prince George. Locals can now order staples through the hotel’s business suppliers, at cost, and have items delivered to their front door for a minimal fee.

Contact princegeorgechef@prestigehotels.ca or by phone at 250.614.9111. Currently, the menu is limited, but requests can be made to bring in most products.

 



4. PG Farmers’ Market
While the Prince George Farmers’ Market is closed temporarily due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many vendors are taking online and phone orders to get you the products you need. Below is a list of vendors taking orders as of March 20, 2020.

 

  • Summer Field Farms | Summerfieldfarms.ca | 250.962.2727 | Eggs, beef & pies
  • Little Leaf Farms | littleleaffarmspg@gmail.com | 250.640.5356 | Microgreens & lettuce
  • Viola Organics | teri@violaorganics.a | 778-349-5165 | Soap, hand sanitizer, etc.
  • Eau Shoots | 778.349.0779 | Tilapia, microgreens and lettuce
  • Silver Maple Farms | 250.564.2355 | Eggs, Lamb & Pork
  • Cariboo Growers Farm | Contact Through Facebook | Beef, potatoes, various produce
  • Tenish Farm | tenishfarm.ca | 250.981.6164 | Pork & Lamb
  • October Farm | emyers.of@gmail.com | 250.640.4465 | Bison

 

Please reach out to the Market Manager at manager.farmersmarketpg@gmail.com if you have any questions or have inquiries about other vendors not listed.



5. Local Butcheries
Get fresh custom cuts right from the butcher, or enjoy a wide range of pre-packaged meats ready to grill. Try pre-marinated chicken, dried sausage or save a few pennies by purchasing a bulk freezer pack full of staples such as ground beef, chicken, steaks and more. Don’t forget to grab some classic rubs and BBQ sauces when you order.

 




Photo: PGI Market

6. Deli Markets 
If you need to get your hands on some authentic European goods, you can’t go wrong with Adria Deli and Foothills Foods. Full of cheeses, European sweet treats and speciality canned goods, you’re likely to find those hard to get items here. All three stores also offer easy to-go meals, from sandwiches to quick bites like salads and burgers. Check their individual websites for more details.

 

 

7. The Black Clover / The Twisted Cork
Launched on Saturday, April 4th the Black Clover and the Twisted Cork announced a variety pre-built grocery boxes for purchase. Currently offered are dairy, produce and pantry packages with more boxes being created for Easter and into the future. Boxes can be purchased online with deliveries occurring on Wednesday and Fridays from 2-5pm.

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