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BC Brine

B.C. Brine

Location: Falkland, B.C.

Distance: 340 km

Website: https://bcbrine.ca/ 

BC Brine was started in the winter of 2018 by two young entrepreneurs with the simple goal of making good pickled products!

Like everyone else, they have always loved to buy craft, artisan, and small-batch food products whenever possible.

BC Brine grows a majority of their own produce and pack all their jars by hand in Falkland, BC. What they can’t grow, they source as local as possible.

 

Their goal is to put Falkland, BC on the map for producing the best pickles in Canada!

 

 

 

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