Coho Collective launches new online market with contactless delivery

Apr 14 2020, 11:44 am

There’s now a new way to enjoy local products you love in the comfort of your own home.

Coho Collective has launched a digital market, a new online store that will allow residents in and around Vancouver and Metro Vancouver to get some amazing goods into their bellies.

The new initiative has over 100 items from 20 local brands, including some notable names we know and love.

Customers can enjoy everything from baked goods to ready-to-eat meals along with spreads, sauces, snacks, beverages, and even birthday cakes.

“We have always been about championing small businesses at Coho, and it’s critical
now, more than ever,” says Andrew Barnes, CEO of Coho Collective, who opened
the first commissary in 2018 with co-founder and COO Amrit Maharaj.

“Our members have so much passion and so much drive – many are still producing, but at
reduced capacity. We wanted to help them get their products and goods in the
hands of Canadians another way, especially since many sell at Farmers’ Markets but
so many are closed now – through a collective online store. The Coho Market is now
open.”

Coho Market

Birthday Cake from Joconde Patisserie

You can head online and order through Coho Collective’s website here.

Orders placed by Saturday at 9 pm will be delivered the following week on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday depending on location.

Here is the current list of purveyors you can buy goods from through this market:

  • BobAli Foods
  • Bites Snacks
  • Cacao Now
  • Elle’s Kitchen
  • Feeding Mama
  • Joconde Patisserie
  • Joyful Choices
  • Justgo Smoothie
  • KASA Baking
  • Kiki’s Kitchen
  • Next Level
  • One Up Pure Energy Inc.
  • Panela Lemon,
  • Salty Cabbage Kimchi
  • Sriracha Revolver Hot Sauce
  • Susgrainable
  • Urban Tadka
  • TAO
  • Tality Kombucha
  • Vankoji Foods Ltd.

Coho Collective currently operates two commissaries in Vancouver and one in North Vancouver.

The commissary’s first cafe, Coho Coffee (1370 East Georgia Street), is expected to launch coffee deliveries this week through Uber Eats.