• Eggs 

    Get Crackin’!  Eggs are a nutritional powerhouse. They’re an affordable protein and can be enjoyed with any meal of the day!  About: One large egg contains 6.5 grams of the highest quality protein. Eggs contain all 9 essential amino acids and 14 key nutrients. Most Common Varieties: Did you know?

  • Oysters 

    A National Leader:  B.C. is the leading producer of farmed oysters in Canada. In 2021, 8,000 tons of farmed oysters were harvested in B.C.—a wholesale value of $32 million!  About: Oysters are low in calories and rich in nutrients like protein, vitamins, minerals, and omega-3 fatty acids. They’re a good source of zinc, iron, and vitamin…

  • Potatoes 

    Homegrown! Whether you eat a baked potato at home or order fries at your local restaurant, chances are that potato was grown right here in B.C. About: The humble potato is a nutritional powerhouse. They’re about 80% water and contain more vitamin C than an orange, more fibre than an apple, and more potassium than…

  • Mushrooms 

    A Local Favourite:  British Columbians eat more mushrooms than most other Canadians. About: B.C. mushrooms are fresh and available year-round! Find them in the produce department at local grocery stores or at farmers’ markets!  Most Common Varieties: Did you know?

  • Apples 

    Deliciously Crisp! Deliciously crisp apples are grown in the Okanagan, Shuswap, Similkameen and Creston Valley and are enjoyed by people all over the province. About: Ambrosia apples are a B.C. homegrown original! The first Ambrosia apple was discovered by chance in Cawston, B.C. The mother tree is still alive and producing Ambrosia’s to this day!…