Where to Go Grocery Shopping in Vancouver

If it's deals you're after, these are the grocers you should check out.

October 20, 2016

By Vancouver Magazine


Young Brothers Produce

The heart of Kits seems an odd place for a deal, but this greengrocer is consistently cheaper than reigning Downtown Eastside legend Sunrise Market and the food quality is significantly higher. Bring cash and expect to be jammed in the narrow aisles, but if it’s deals you’re after, it doesn’t get better.
3151 W Broadway


Persia Foods

This local chain keeps it pretty real on all prices, but it’s their price on the suddenly-so-expensive-I-can’t-believe-it almonds that’s worth the trip: $5.99 a pound. For reference, the bulk at Safeway is $15.90 a pound. And while you’re there, you may as well grab a six-pack of thin pitas for 99 cents.
2827 W Broadway; 6437 Main St.; 1730 Commercial Dr.

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