Got Craft? virtual foodie pop-up market to launch in February

Jan 28 2021, 12:38 am

Got Craft? Virtual Market is returning, and this time, it’s all about local food.

Set to kick off on February 4 and run until February 7, this will be the event’s first Foodie Pop-Up Virtual Market of 2021.

Once it’s live, folks will be able to head online shop and find a curated selection of goods including things like baked goods, breads, chocolates, teas and coffees, DIY kits, drinks, frozen foods, home goods, sauces, snacks, sweets and so much more.

Got Craft

Dicky Dumps

During checkout, shoppers can choose a flat fee shipping or free curbside pick-up in Vancouver.

Got Craft put on its first virtual event back in August 2020, where it featured local chefs, bakers, and food-makers.

It was a massive hit and due to the overwhelmingly positive response, the events continued.

Got Craft

Hoochy Booch Kombucha

Got Craft’s upcoming event is just in time for Valentine’s Day, and it is set to feature over 30 Lower Mainland-based chefs, bakers, and makers.

There will even be vegan, dairy-free, low sugar, and gluten-free items up for order.

Here are the vendors you can expect to shop during the virtual market:

  • BAK’D
  • Baker & Table
  • Barakah Eats
  • Chao + Pan
  • Charlie Girl Goods
  • Coconama
  • Craving Crave
  • Dicky’s Dumps
  • EastVan Bees
  • Food Philosophy
  • Fuse and Sip
  • Hoochy ‘Booch Kombucha
  • Infusion Soy Sauces
  • JJ Bakes Company
  • JusTea
  • Kindred Cultures
  • Le Bocal Store
  • Le Meadow’s Pantry
  • Lemonjarz
  • The Lemon Square
  • Living Lotus Chocolate
  • London Fields Shop
  • Luv The Grub
  • Made By Elliot
  • Melt Confectionary
  • Munch
  • Mushmallows
  • Nonno’s Pasta Shop
  • Potter & Crow Craft Coffee Roasters
  • The Preservatory
  • Roxy Pop
  • Sacred Foods
  • Salty Cabbage Kimchi
  • Scratch Fine Foods
  • Seasons Bakery
  • Sriracha Revolver Hot Sauce Inc.
  • Tall Shadow Breads
  • Tempea Natural Foods
  • The True NOSH Company
  • Waffled
  • What The Flour
  • Wize Tea

Be sure to keep an eye on this link come February 4 and shop until you drop while you support local.

We promise you (and your tastebuds) won’t regret it.

Jory OclarinoJory Oclarino

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