The Kelowna Cheese and Meat Festival Returns this Saturday!

The Kelowna Cheese and Meat Festival Returns this Saturday!

The highly anticipated Kelowna Cheese and Meat Festival is set to take place this Saturday at the Laurel Packinghouse. It will feature over 35 vendors from around the region.

With tickets on the verge of being sold out, this festival promises to be an unforgettable event for food enthusiasts and connoisseurs.

The festival offers more than just delicious cheese and meat. It provides a unique opportunity to learn about and discover new products that enhance the specialty food market. Attendees will gain valuable insights by interacting with the makers and experiencing the stories behind the products at the festival.

“Our goal is to treat your taste buds to an experience that shows you the hard work behind the foods and drinks at the festival. We’ve set up the vendors to give guests great pairings while you meet the makers.” – David Bain, Festival Director

The festival will showcase an impressive lineup of vendors, including:

  • Rancho Vignola
  • Olivia’s Oils & Vinegars
  • Rocky MTN Chocolate
  • Two Rivers Meats
  • Mill Creek Bakery
  • Fresh Pick Mushrooms
  • Mikuni Marketing
  • The Bog
  • Creekside Creamery
  • Luckhurst Farm & Distillery
  • Give Me Charcuterie
  • Give Them Brie
  • Asylum Woodworks
  • Abandoned Rail Brewing Co.
  • Auntie NeeNee’s Caribbean Sauces
  • Grass Root Dairies
  • The Village Cheese
  • Bee Kind Honey Infusions
  • Baccata Ridge Winery
  • Sheringham Distillery
  • Continental Sausage Co.
  • Mediterranean Market
  • Happy Days Dairies
  • Taste Buddies Gourmet
  • Stag’s Hollow Winery
  • Turtle Mountain Chocolate Ltd
  • KMK Living Inc
  • Farming Karma
  • Tradition Praline
  • Macaloney Brewers & Distillers
  • Better Bovine
  • Tumbleweed Spirits Inc
  • Kootenay Meadows
  • Natures Fare
  • Partners Crackers

Now, more than ever, our community needs us to support our local producers. The challenges in the financial markets have led to a decline in specialty food and beverage sales. The festival aims to support these small producers while making them more accessible to the public. By shopping locally, health-consciously, and affordably, we can make a difference.


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