Given a close association with Canadian producers, it’s little surprise that the store’s updated selection comes primarily from local farms. Customers can now choose from a variety of hard red spring wheat berries, barley, quinoa, flax seeds, oats, and rice, which can be delivered to homes across the country.
More details can be found at: https://storehousefoods.ca
While the local origins of Storehouse Foods’ increasing range are definitely a strong selling point, the company states that sustainable/organic practices are also high on the list of demands from consumers. The improved selection of grains and rice fits well into this market, and also offers the convenience of online ordering and home delivery.
Consumers are now more concerned about the food they consume, particularly products which have been infused with chemicals. When combined with the growing demand for sustainable agricultural practices, it is easy to see why the organic food industry is one of the fastest growing sectors in Canada.
Indeed, the Canadian Government recently announced $770,000 in funding for the Canada Organic Trade Association. Storehouse Foods has also recognized the growing popularity of organic produce, and the company’s recent focus on grains and rice will meet local demand for two of the most important staples in the world.
Visitors to the online store can now view details of each product, which include nutritional information, cooking instructions, and storage suggestions. All produce has been packaged by Storehouse Foods, and the company states that orders will be shipped within 1-2 days.
About Storehouse Foods
Founded by brothers Jon and Brandon Motz, who bring years of experience as Canadian farmers and grain traders, Storehouse Foods aims to supply high-quality local produce directly to the homes of families across the country. Along with grains and rice, the company supplies legumes and lentils, pastas and flours, coffee and tea, and a range of home and sustainability products.
A company representative recently stated: “With connections to thousands of farmers, our team of grain traders, and our processing facility, we are able to keep the entire process in-house. Every product is purchased, cleaned, and bagged by us. As a result, Storehouse Foods Canada can monitor the quality of our products and ensure they maintain the highest standard.”
Interested parties can learn more by visiting: https://storehousefoods.ca
4836 45a Street, Lacombe,
Alberta T4L 2C9
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