Places in Vancouver to buy in bulk

Whether you’re looking to save some money, bake a lot of goodies or simply like to keep your kitchen well stocked, buying in bulk is economical. While most stores in Vancouver have some bulk items, here are some great places to get the best bulk buys. [Photo © Yellow Pages / Pages Jaunes]

Costco Wholesale

1
605 Expo Blvd, Vancouver, BC V6B 1V4

Costco is still the best when it comes to buying in bulk. Between their members-only policy and their firm stance on not advertising to the general public, they keep their prices lower than just about anyone else. Your best deals can be found on buying frozen, as well as canned goods and cleaning products.

Real Canadian Superstore

2
3185 Grandview Hwy, Vancouver, BC V5M 2E9

An affordable alternative to many of the other grocers around, Real Canadian Superstore has a large selection of bulk goods, with everything from soup mix to nuts, beans and high quality chocolate. Their prices on family packs of fresh poultry are the best you’ll find.

Whole Foods Market

3
510 8th Ave W, Vancouver, BC V5Z 1C5

If you’ve been trying to live a sustainable and organic lifestyle but are looking to save a few dollars, skip the packaged goods and head to Whole Foods bulk aisle. They carry a wide selection of organic beans, nuts and dried fruits, as well as a whole host of different flours including many gluten-free options. All their bulk goods have the same exceptional quality that Whole Foods is known for.

Famous Foods

4
1595 Kingsway St, Vancouver, BC V5N 2R8

One of the first natural food stores to open in the city, this is one of the best stops for those looking for hard-to-find ingredients in bulk. Like the others, they have a good selection of bulk beans, flours and fruits, but they stock a wide range of international spices, as well as dried herbs and flowers to create your own blends of herbal teas.

Weigh To Go Bulk Foods

5
3534 41st Ave W, Vancouver, BC V6N 3E6

Cheaper and fresher than the grocery stores in the neighbourhood, Weigh To Go has become a mainstay for Dunbar Village residents since the shop opened over ten years ago. It is popular among those looking for bulk buys on organic and gluten free items. The store carries a wide range of high quality spices, fruits, nuts and other pantry staples. They’re closed on Mondays, so plan your trip accordingly.

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