The BC government has also temporarily allowed restaurants to deliver liquor products with the purchase of a meal to help support workers in the restaurant industry, and so British Columbians can still enjoy beverages like B.C. beer, cider, wine and spirits that are part of their usual dining experience. Learn more.
Did you know that BC Farmers’ Market Association is helping member markets set-up an online model in addition to physical markets? Find an online farmers’ markets near you. Learn more.
Whether you’re a consumer in search of local food, or a farmer or food processor looking to sell your product, this list of e-commerce food platforms has you covered! Learn more
Plants provide various benefits to humans, and with an increasing amount of time spent at home, plants and flowers in our homes and yards can improve our moods and connect us to the natural environment. Plant Something BC promotes the benefits of buying local grown plants to aspiring and experienced gardeners of all ages. Learn more.
BC residents! Researchers from KPU’s Institute for Sustainable Food Systems want to hear about your food purchasing experience during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please take the 15-minute survey and help generate new knowledge on how pandemics affect one of our basic needs – food. Learn more.