Vancouver spin studio founders launch home-delivery grocery platform

Apr 14 2020, 5:21 pm

With restaurants closing their doors and grocery stores implementing physical distancing measures, local company Legends Haul allows customers to purchase restaurant-quality foods from the comfort of their couches.

Jillian and Craig Sheridan — founders of Vancouver’s Eastwood Cycle — decided to use their food distribution company to alleviate the stress of food suppliers while providing the community with fresh, local ingredients.

The two decided to employ local farms and chefs and switch up their business from one that serves restaurants to one that directly serves the community by allowing customers to order pre-packaged food from their favourite spots.

Their new delivery platform works with local restaurants and farms, keeping them in business while providing a much-needed service to the community.

Those looking to buy fresh groceries can do so through the Legends Haul website which is broken up into 13 categories, including a butcher shop, seafood, plant-based, produce, pantry, dairy, beer, and wine.

Add selected items to cart, and have goods delivered as soon as the next day.


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Customers can also choose between a variety of pre-cooked meals from Chambar, Cafe Medina, Kissa Tanto, Butter Baked Goods, Livia Bakery, and Savio Volpe + La Tana.


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All orders placed by 2 pm Monday to Saturday are eligible for next-day delivery, while orders submitted after 2 pm on Friday through 2 pm on Sunday will arrive on Monday.

Legends Haul delivers to Vancouver, North Shore, New Westminster, Tri Cities, Burnaby, Richmond, Surrey, Langley, and on the Sea to Sky corridor up to Squamish on Saturdays.

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