Honeyberry Farm Market
Berries, jam, eggs, honey, you name it, Honeyberry Farm Market’s got it (even ice cream). This family-owned farm sits just a few minutes away from Sun Peaks – on your way here from Kamloops, stop in and grab some fresh fruit and produce. The owners, Mary Marchuk & Glenn Johnson, take pride in their ethical approach to raising chickens, feeding them cabbage, lettuce, and kale from their gardens, and growing spray free produce. You can’t miss their sign on the way to Sun Peaks!
Ohana Deli Market and Meals to Go
If you couldn’t find all the fresh ingredients you sought after at Honeyberry Farm, stop into Ohana Deli Market as you make your way into Sun Peaks. Ohana launched two years ago after long time Sun Peaks resident, Bobbe Lyall envisioned a business grounded in sustainability, community nourishment, and supporting local. The local, organic produce, rangeland meats, and array of international cheeses and intricate charcuterie boards keep locals and guests returning week after week. Bobbe often visits the farms who supply her meats and produce. She knows the farmers personally and frequently oversees the cattle and crops that will one day be in her store. She’s a woman, business owner, and mom that captures the heart of Sun Peaks.
Sun Peaks Market Days
Who doesn’t love a market day? Every Sunday from now until October 9th, the Sun Peaks pedestrian only village will be lined from beginning to end with an array of local vendors. Local, fresh, sustainable produce, meats and seafood will be available to purchase so you can nourish your body and keep doing what you love in Sun Peaks!
If you’re still keen to support local while getting the health benefits from organic food, but want to leave to cooking to someone else, look no further than Vertical Café. The owners, Rob and Tania O’Toole are notorious for working hard – you’ll often see them behind the counter, slinging coffee or compiling one of their delicious, made-from-scratch menu items. As café owners, they are committed to sustainable practices and using locally sourced food in their establishment to bring guests healthy and tasty food.
Cahility Creek Kitchen and Taproom
Searching for all that local food is exhausting, isn’t it? After a long day shopping at the Sun Peaks Market or cooking up a storm will all your fresh produce from Ohana, stop into Cahility Creek Kitchen and Taproom to unwind with a cold pint of local beer. Now serving over 10 taps of local brews, cider and wine, the Cahilty patio is the place to be if you’re looking to quench your summer thirst with something local. From Revelstoke to Fernie to Kamloops to Vancouver, Cahility provides an impressive range of local beverages. Cheers!