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Feed BC Directory Reasons to register on the Feed BC Directory

Do you have B.C. food and beverage products for the food service, retail or wholesale market?

B.C. institutional and commercial buyers are looking for high-quality products produced and processed in B.C. By listing on the Feed BC Directory, you can share product details important to institutional and commercial buyers, such as product specifications, seasonality, region, food safety requirements and other industry certifications. Buyers are looking for products from across all product categories, from snack foods to dairy, from frozen fruit to drinks.

Listing in the Feed BC Directory is free, and an easy and effective way to reach interested buyers.

Three ways to connect with B.C. buyers:

1. Create a profile so buyers can find your business and products

Register your business profile and list your food and beverage products on the Feed BC Directory.

Promote your food service, retail or wholesale products to larger institutional and commercial buyers, such as long term care, schools, retailers, restaurants, distributors, wholesalers and processors.

2. Manage your product listings and business information

Use your profile to regularly update your B.C. product listings and manage business information.

Identify important details about your products that make them stand out. Buyers can search for products of interest and contact you directly.

3. Find commercial and institutional buyers for new business leads

Use the Feed BC Directory to search for institutional and commercial buyers seeking products that you may offer.

Find what specific products buyers are looking for and connect with them directly. Learn more about the institutional and commercial market.

Are you a B.C. producer seeking to increase awareness and sales among consumers within B.C.?

Buy BC is a province-wide marketing program that promotes B.C. food and beverages to ensure consumers can easily identify and enjoy local food products. To learn more about the program and benefits to your business, check out Buy BC.