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West Coast Bread Featured in Globe and Mail

The New Year often brings a renewal of health and fitness goals. What better way to start a healthy year than with a hearty breakfast?

Snowdon House’s West Coast Bread was featured in the Globe and Mail’s article “Canadian breakfast products that are both healthy and hearty” alongside other Canadian companies creating healthy, local food.

Read the full Globe and Mail article.

Purchase your bread mix here:

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Buy Local Program

Snowdon House BC Buy Local Program
Snowdon House BC Buy Local Program
Snowdon House Gourmet and Gifts has received a grant from the BC Buy Local Program. Photo: BC Ministry of Agriculture

We’re excited to announce that we have received a grant as part of BC’s Buy Local Program!

This program helps promote and increase sales of locally grown and processed seafood and agrifood products, and supports food security in BC. We are proud to be included in this program to help promote Snowdon House and our products.

“At Snowdon House Gourmet & Gifts we offer hassle-free home cooking and convenient comfort food that will nourish you and your family. We don’t spend nearly enough time at our dinner table anymore and we want to change that. Since we have had the opportunity to take part in the Buy Local Program, we hope to inspire British Columbians to cook, create and grow.” -Laura Waters

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Island Entrepreneur Creates New Line of Vinegar Products from Douglas Fir Trees

Snowdon House Gourmet & Gifts was recently featured on Chek News – here is a link to the article:

“Laura Waters of Snowdon House Farm in North Saanich brings an age old idea into the 21st century. Waters is producing fir-essence infused vinegars ideal for salads blended with flavours like apricot, Arctic kiwi, blackberry and many others. Also Douglas Firessence, a sparkling, effervescent, non-alcoholic beverage made from locally grown Douglas Fir trees with a shot of vinegar. …

Source: Island entrepreneur creates new line of vinegar products from Douglas fir trees