East Van Roasters

East Van Roasters social enterprise of the PHS Community Services Society. EVR is committed to encouraging women that are re-entering the work-force through mentorship based programming and on the job training. They support at-risk people in a compassionate and supportive environment filled with meaningful work and nourishing food. East Van Roasters creates organic ‘bean to bar’ coffee roasted and prepared on site. Find out more about EVR, by visiting their website at www.eastvanroasters.com.

To Die For Fine Foods

To Die For Fine Foods is on its way to becoming Vancouver's premier plant-based baked goods company. Known for their sweet and salty, macadamia and dark chocolate-topped banana bread, this passionate local company uses quality, ethical ingredients like organic bananas and organic flour. Six years ago when East Van resident Erin Ireland started the company in her small apartment, her goal was to produce the highest quality, most delicious baking on the market. Five years later, she's repositioned the business with a vegan-only offering. Olive oil and vegan butter has replaced butter and psyllium husk and agar agar has replaced eggs. The Pie Hole is proud our Banana Cream Pie uses To Die For's Banana Bread in its production.

Rocky Point Ice Cream

Established in 1997, the business has morphed from a tiny kiosk into a brick-and-mortar spot neighbouring Rocky Point Pool in Port Moody's Rocky Point Park. The year-round, destination-worthy ice cream shop attracts tourists, locals and people from across Metro Vancouver who all come to indulge in their favourite frozen fix. The team at Rocky Point Ice Cream scoops treats for more than 350,000 people a year from their store and roving ice cream trucks. Read more about Rocky Point by visiting their website.