About our suppliers
Spray Creek Ranch is a 260-acre diversified farm 15 km south of Lillooet. The farm is bordered by the Mighty Fraser River on the east, and flanked on the west by a dramatic cliff and endless forested mountains. We raise pastured livestock, including cattle, pigs and chickens, providing local markets with eggs & meats of known provenance and unparalleled quality. Our animals are part of a regenerative farm ecosystem and are treated with love, care & respect from pasture to plate. Come visit, or check in with us at facebook.com/spraycreek.
Our family farm is planted in the midst of the rugged mountains of the Texas Creek area of Lillooet. Here, our veganically grown, and soon-to-be certified organic baby greens and garlic flourish during the spring and summer months and are delivered to stores and restaurants in the surrounding areas - fresh from our farm to your plate.
Hog Wild Specialties is owned and operated by Deb and Earl Hagman of Mayerthorpe, Alberta. They started raising and marketing European wild boar in February of 1991. The animals are raised as naturally as possible with no immunizations or growth hormones
We are proud to stock cheeses of “Farm House” Origin made the right way throughout British Columbia. To name a few – Little Qualicum Cheese Works, Smiths and Co, Triple Island Farms, Kootenay Alpine Cheese Co, and Farmhouse Natural Cheeses.
Two Rivers Meats
All our Dry Cured Meats and Salamis are handmade with care and patience. With respect for the old world methods, we are blazing a path into the new school… today’s food. Our flavors, aromas and textures are designed to offer an incredible and unique culinary experience. Our modern methods show in our Charcuterie program. We source our ingredients with discerning care; only the best salts, spices and cuts are involved. Some items take many months to come to fruition; we believe it’s worth the wait.
What is now Moja Coffee all started in the basement of a home in North Vancouver in 2003 where Doug Finley and Andrew Wentzel experimented with roasting various coffee varietals on their small air roaster; testing the results out on their friends and family. As they honed their skills the business started to grow and in the spring of 2004 they decided on the name Moja, which is the Swahili work for ‘One’. Moja, or One, seemed to fit perfectly with their beliefs around roasting coffee – more specifically single origin coffee. The vast majority of what they roast is single origin, as opposed to blends. This allows the true characteristics of the bean to shine through and represent the individual growing regions as they were meant to experience.