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Come Down to Living Produce Aisle's Grand Opening on March 7!

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We've got some big news, Vancouver...

Our new project, Living Produce Aisle, is ready for all of you to see.

Living Produce Aisle grows fresh, nutritious produce right in the heart of Yaletown using Urban Cultivator appliances. Used in their smoothies and salads, as well as the flats of live greens for purchase, it brings health and sustainability to the neighbourhood.

It's new concept store that combines your local grocer, smoothie bar, and kitchen appliance store, will be holding our grand opening on Saturday March 7, 2015. We'll be selling fresh and nutritious juices and smoothies, flats of a variety of live greens, and Urban Cultivator appliances.

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We're hoping to bring fresh beverages to Vancouver, serving smoothies and juices to the neighbourhood, and providing those in the city with fresh, live produce that is grown right at Living Produce Aisle.

“The goal is to help people be sustainable and self-sufficient,” Urban Cultivator CEO Tarren Wolfe says of Living Produce Aisle. Through growing one’s own food, Tarren knows that we can drastically reduce our carbon footprint.

Restaurants nearby will be able to purchase full flats of greens for a fraction of the price they would pay wholesalers.

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Living Produce Aisle is located in the heart of Yaletown at 1168 Hamilton Street, roughly one block away from the Yaletown-Roundhouse stop on the Canada Skytrain Line.

Our grand opening will be held from 11:00am to 3:00pm, and there'll be giveaways, smoothies, salads, and more!


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One Response for "Come Down to Living Produce Aisle's Grand Opening on March 7!"

  1. Nathan says:

    Was looking for an email.. only found this comment forum!

    I am the owner & operator of a startup online grocery which opened in Winnipeg 2 years ago.

    Our investors have just recently purchased a brand new space for us on portage ave in Winnipeg, it is on a major route with great visibility.

    Currently we do not have a store front, all of our orders are placed online, and we operate our delivery service from our warehouse, where we have walk in coolers and dry storage.

    I am emailing today, because we want to have our new pickup location, or 'store front' to include a living produce aisle, in further educating the public on growing food at home.

    I'd love to hear more about the possibility of working together.

    Thanks in advance,

    Nathan Steele
    Owner & Operator
    My Farmers' Market
    204 272 9555

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