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Free range meat near Vancouver?

Kasia M Apr 13, 2010 10:01 PM

Hi, I'm looking for a place ( a shop or a farm) where I could buy some free range meat.
I live in Vancouver but I'm willing to travel a bit, to get it.
Please help.


  1. fmed Apr 13, 2010 10:23 PM

    Hills Foods has the most extensive list of free-range meat: http://www.hillsfoods.com/products.html . (You can even get free-range kangaroo meat there). Check Famous Foods (Kingsway) and Granville Island as well.

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      jmil Apr 14, 2010 08:35 AM

      Also try Windsor Meats on Main st. They have a selection of free range and organic meats.

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        aliz Apr 14, 2010 02:50 PM

        Hopcott Premium Meats is another option that fits your description - their store is right on the farm. Nice place, good meat. It's in Pitt Meadows/Maple Ridge, so probably 45 minutes from downtown. http://www.hopcottmeats.ca/

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          islandgirl Apr 14, 2010 05:18 PM

          Market Meats on 4th (between Vine & Balsalm) has a surprisingly good selection and their rotisserie chickens are free range and hormone free as well.

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            Kasia M Apr 16, 2010 01:21 PM

            Thank you very much. I am new to the city, so I appreciate your help.
            Any new ideas / suggestions are always welcome.

            1. liza.calderon Apr 16, 2010 04:44 PM

              Sebastian & Co. in West Van is my favorite. They only carry free-range and organic. They will cut up anything to order and can have it ready for you if you call ahead. Everything I have gotten from Sebastian has been melt-in-your-mouth good.


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                pamela cooks Apr 19, 2010 07:28 PM

                Hi -
                in Maple Ridge, on Dewdney Trunk off 224th - is the Organic World Meat shop. Extremely reasonable prices and sometimes there are some products that are 2 for 1.
                While Hopcott is tasty meat - I don't think it is free range but farmed on their own feed lot.
                Farmers markets have direct from rancher free range beef (and pork and lamb) although more costly.

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