SPUD.ca partners with Organic Acres Market to offer added convenience and an expanded selection

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, May 17, 2016 – SPUD.ca has partnered up with Main Street neighbourhood favourite, Organic Acres Market. With the new partnership, Organic Acres Market’s customers will now be able to shop from from the SPUD.ca website, as well as get free grocery delivery five days a week within a three kilometer radius of the store.

Organic Acres Market started operations on Granville Island in 2008 before moving to their current location at Main Street and 20th in 2012. Since then, they have built a loyal community following and a solid reputation for providing customers with the best quality and selection of organic, natural, fair trade and local goods. With the SPUD partnership, customers at Organic Acres will be able to shop for their groceries on-line or at the store and have the choice of having it delivered to their doorstep or picked up at the market. For added convenience, Organic Acres will also be building its line of healthy food-to-go including soups, salads, fresh juices and meals.

About Organic Acres Market

Organic Acres aims to provide the Main Street neighbourhood with the highest quality organic goods possible. The shop offers a wide variety of the best organic and local produce, bulk goods, groceries, meat, bread and dairy. Organic Acres is an independent, locally owned and operated business and happy to be a part of the Main Street community. For more information, visit www.organicacresmain.com   

About SPUD

Founded in 1997 in Vancouver, Sustainable Produce Urban Delivery Inc. (SPUD) has expanded into the largest online grocery company in Western Canada serving Vancouver, Victoria, Calgary and Edmonton. SPUD employs over 300 people across all markets and delivered fresh, local, organic produce and groceries to over 100,000 households last year. Committed to creating healthier communities, one choice at a time, SPUD’s goal is to use its connection to local and organic food to help improve the places where we live and work. For more information, visit www.spud.ca.