These local grazing boxes are the ultimate holiday party offering (PHOTOS)

Nov 22 2019, 9:00 am

Most people love a good charcuterie spread, so it’s no surprise that we are all over the rising trend that is grazing boards.

These creations usually consist of a small, medium, large, or a simply massive board or tray that comes absolutely loaded will small bites, both savoury and sweet.

The Graze Company is one of the most popular places to get grazing boards in the Vancouver area. One look at their offerings (and Instagram) and it’s easy to see why.

Graze

Courtesy Graze

This Burnaby-based company’s stunning boards look more like a work of art than food at first; they are truly the definition of picture-perfect.

The Graze Company’s Graze Boxes, boards, and tables can be made custom to cater to a variety of dietary needs and party sizes.

If you’ve got a gathering, corporate party, wedding, or even a brand launch, the addition of a Graze offering will leave guests satisfied and stunned (in a good way).

Boxes are made with compostable wrapping and can be customized to feed two to 12 people (there’s also a vegan option).

Perfect for the upcoming festive season, the brand’s Holiday Edition Graze Boxes will be available for order throughout all of December.

Graze

Courtesy Graze

In addition to the boxes, folks can opt for boards and tables, which can feed anywhere from 25 to upwards of 500 people.

You only need to give Graze 48 hours’ notice ahead of time to order boxes, seven days for boards, and 14 days for tables.

The best part? You can have your Graze Boxes delivered from Tuesday to Friday. Vancouver, North Vancouver, West Vancouver, and Burnaby are all within Graze’s delivery zone.

For any deliveries outside of these specified areas, days, and times, and for delivery of boards and tables, customers are asked to email [email protected] and get the pricing details.

Be sure to get it done, and make your holiday gathering one that your friends, family, and your stomach will never forget.

Graze just opened its first Calgary location too – it looks like a charcuterie takeover is happening in Western Canada!