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Three programs promoting healthy eating and access to local fruit and vegetables for lower-income families, seniors and young students are receiving a combined $3 million to continue their successful programs.

Posted March 29, 2017 Read More »

From soil, sunshine and scenic vineyards to local small town brews, B.C. wineries and breweries are giving British Columbians a diverse sensory experience that is as extraordinary as the province itself.

Posted March 27, 2017 Read More »

Located in the Rocky Mountains, where work and play mix with copious amounts of fresh air, locally crafted beer by the Fernie Brewing Company is giving British Columbians a taste of the outdoor life with every sip.

Posted March 27, 2017 Read More »

From soil to sunshine to scenic vineyards, wineries throughout B.C. are giving British Columbians a diverse sensory experience that is as extraordinary as the province itself.

Posted March 27, 2017 Read More »

Diners at B.C. restaurants are in for a local treat in 2017 – a month-long celebration of B.C. food and beverages from land and sea, as part of the EAT DRINK LOCAL campaign designed by the B.C. Restaurant and Food Services Association (BCRFA).

Posted March 25, 2017 Read More »

The province’s seafood sector is providing British Columbians with wild and farm-raised fresh seafood, with flavours unique to the west coast and known all over the world.

Posted March 24, 2017 Read More »

Food banks in the Okanagan will receive a nutritious boost that will benefit low-income families, thanks to new provincial funding announced today.

Posted March 22, 2017 Read More »

The farming industry in British Columbia is a source of local agrifood, providing diverse, fresh and great tasting products to communities all over the province.

Posted March 22, 2017 Read More »

The B.C. government has committed $5 million to reroute the Town of Oliver’s agricultural irrigation system so the region’s fruit, vegetable and crop economy has the stability to grow.

Posted March 22, 2017 Read More »

Four British Columbia companies have each won $20,000 for developing B.C. tech to help solve a problem identified as part of the B.C. Ministry of Agriculture and the BC Innovation Council’s Innovation Challenge.

Posted March 15, 2017 Read More »