It's an exciting new year for us here at Wild West Coast Seafoods, with many changes on the way, we begin today with our New Online Store! We are very excited to finally offer a more direct way to order and purchase quality Wild BC caught seafood. We talked about creating a store for years but finally our dream is a reality. With this new addition, customers will be able to order products directly on our Square store, pay at the time of ordering, then we will work with you to arrange a pick-up date at one of our two Winter Farmers Market Locations. Coquitlam Farmers Market, currently at the recreational complex in Port Moody every Sunday from 10am t0 2pm, and the Royal City Farmers Market, on Belmont St. New Westminster the 1st and 3rd Saturdays (of each month) from 11am to 3pm.
We will also be offering a Tuesday Delivery Service for orders of $100 or more. This will allow us to target certain areas specifically each week. You can select delivery option on check-out, please make sure to set a date and time you would like to receive your order. For deliveries, we require someone to be available to receive the order as we cannot leave product at your front door. We will work with you to arrange a time that makes sense.
Click the banner above for our Online Store, where you can browse from a wide variety of Wild BC Seafoods. From Sockeye Salmon fillets, Wild BC Halibut to frozen tub of beautiful spot prawns, there is something for every fish lover!
Don't Forget to check out our New Recipe page! For a wide collection of delicious recipes sourced from all over the net for your convenience. Browse by product to find a variety of recipes catering to all sorts of taste-buds and cooking skill. Whether you are searching for a fun chance to dazzle friends or spice up your weekly cooking, there is something for everyone!
We Thank You for your continued support through the years and we look forward to bringing you even more choices of Wild BC fish for you and your family to enjoy! Happy 2017!
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