A couple of tips:
- Try to buy bulk food. Many stores called “markets” buy and sell in bulk
- Asian markets are often less pricey for fruits and vegetables
- Large stores with memberships often give special prices to their members
- Try buying as a group to get the case price
- Buy wholesale for bread and freeze what you do not use
- The library has books on how to save on food costs
Tel: 604-501-5050 firstname.lastname@example.org
The city of Surrey hosts community gardens some city parks. They are a chance for local people to grow vegetables if they won’t have the space at home.
Cedar Grove Organic Community Garden: 10222 141 Street
Dunsmuir: 2900 Dunsmuir Road
Hazelnut Meadows: 14069 68 Ave Ave.
Holly Park: 10706 - 148 Street
Lionel Courchene Park: 9839 155 St.
Djaef Mahler Grocery
10697 135A St. Surrey BC
High-protein food bank for residents in the South Fraser region, living with HIV and in need of nutritional support. Also offers Positive Haven which offers support services for those living with HIV.
71st Avenue and 137A Street, behind the Newton Arena
Large community garden run by volunteers. Some free product and Sunday potluck picnics during the growing season. Great chance to learn about growing your own food.
Quest Food Exchange
1-13890 104th Ave, Surrey, BC V3T 1W9
Hours of Operation: Monday & Saturday 9am-4:15 Tuesdays to Friday 9am-6:15pm.
Surrey store offers affordable food and household accessories. Must be referred either by Income Assistance or one of Quest’s 400 different partners which are listed on BC211 website. Ask at the library if you are having trouble with referrals, and we will try to find you a different local partnering agency.
Surrey Seed Library @ the Ocean Park Library
12854 - 17th Avenue Surrey, BC V4A 1T5
Tel: 604-502-6449 (library) email@example.com
Offers free access to seeds and supports local gardeners in saving seed. We are a living seed exchange, currently sharing 60 varieties of regionally adapted, open pollinated and self-fertile seed.