National Heart Month shines a spotlight on the significance of maintaining a healthy heart and the steps we can take to minimize our risk of developing cardiovascular diseases.
From launching a new grocery market in Vancouver to dealing with rising economic prices to creating food hampers for families this holiday season, Quest has successfully helped over 4000 clients throughout 2023.
Gather your group of 3 to 10 people and volunteer as part of our Holiday Hamper campaign. You’ll play a crucial role in ensuring families in need have a joyous holiday season.
Over 80,000 metric tonnes of pumpkins are grown yearly in Canada; over 60% of those end up in landfills, leading to harmful greenhouse gasses polluting our air. Here are some delicious and fun ideas to reduce waste!
Each of us can find ways to extend the shelf life of our foods. Before exploring the various methods, let’s dig into the meaning of food expiration dates and best-before dates a little further.
Today, after a multi-year search for space, Quest Non-Profit Grocery Markets launched its brand-new 2000+ square foot market dedicated to serving Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.
Starting in July, you can find us at 637 East Hastings Street, just one block away from our previous location.
Nearly 15% of British Columbians face the daily struggle of putting food on their tables. The affordability crisis leads to missed meals, reduced food intake, and even days without food, impacting mental health, social well-being, and burdening our provincial healthcare system.
The benefits of embracing seasonal eating extend far beyond the tantalizing flavours that grace our plates. By choosing locally harvested foods in sync with the seasons, we not only support our local economy, but also contribute to a healthier environment and personal well-being.
At Quest, our volunteers play a crucial role in helping us achieve our food rescue commitment to support families and individuals facing economic barriers.