Fresh,
locally grown food

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How it Works

We are currently offering delivery to Rocky Mountain House once/month and Stettler twice per month.

 

For Stettler: The next deliveries will be on April 3 and 17.  We will be delivering to a pickup location at 4717 - 61A Street, Stettler just down the street from the GM dealership between 5 - 6 pm (new time!).  You have until Tuesday, April 1 and 15 to place your order for these deliveries. 

 

For Rocky Mountain House: The next delivery is April 4 and a special Easter delivery for April 18.  We will be delivering to a pickup location at Taimi Soil Projects from 9:30-12:00 on Friday, April 4 and 18. You have until Tuesday, April 1/15 to place your order for the April 4/18 delivery to Rocky Mountain House

 

New location beginning Feb 27, 2014.  We will be delivering EVERY WEEK to Sylvan Lake.  Our pickup location there is Oasis By The Lake Health & Wellness, #102 - 5034 46 Street, Sylvan Lake.  Pickup time will be 4-6 pm on Thursdays. 

 

Please email us at (thegreenpantry@gmail.com) if you have any questions. 

 







Eat local. Eat well.

The Green Pantry.ca is an online local food market that can bring local and regional foods to your family table. We search out local sources of quality products so we can offer you freshness, choice and delicious tastes.

Check out our pantry
shelves

You may be surprised at the variety and quality of foods we carry that are produced close to where you live. Our shelves are stocked with beef, pork, poultry, lamb, bison, elk, fresh vegetables and fruits, cheeses, bakery products, grains and cereals, beans, yogurt, milk, and honey.

How it works

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  4. 1.  Farmers and other food suppliers tell us what they have available on a weekly basis.
  5. 2.  You order what you want by going online at www.TheGreenPantry.ca.

  6. 3.  We put your order together on Thursdays and we either deliver it to you (if you live in Lacombe city limits - 4-6 pm); or you pick it up at  4702 Hwy 2A  (behind Purple Rayne Salon) from 3-6 pm in Lacombe or Sunnybrook United Church (12 Stanton Street) in Red Deer between 4-6 pm. 

Why should I eat local?

  • TASTE – it’s the reason Farmers’ Markets are popular. Food just tastes better fresh.
  • ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT – eating locally grown or produced food encourages our independence and sustains our agriculture system.
  • ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP – food grown or produced in our region does not have to travel long distances to reach our plates. KNOW YOUR FARMER - Know where your food comes from and how it is grown.