35 years is a millisecond in the march of time but for a small independent specialty & health food shop in a peaceful town in a tumultuous world it’s something to savour.
Our customers, neighbours and friends are all invited to help us celebrate!
We’ve created a 35th Anniversary Scrapbook and we’d love for you to share your favourite Foodstuffs foods, gadgets, recipes and memories.
And thanks…for the memories,
Marcia, Kim, Margaret, Mandy, Robin T, Silvia, Pam, Angela, Karen, Robin K, Sherry, Chantal and Victoria
6 ways to Help us celebrate
1. Come into the store and give us a high five.
2. Bring a friend with you.
4. Like, comment on, or share any of the posts from this page.
6. Send us your best wishes and memories to email@example.com
"...I have shopped and always enjoyed chatting with your friendly staff for 20 yrs..." - Angela
"...I came from a long line of bakers who loved their families and the way they showed their love was in baking and cooking..." - Dawn
...I especially love how you manage your inventory... Barb
An unbelievable number of products one finds... Margaret
I came in for ingredients to make recipes for my two kids 35 years ago... Linda
Foodstuffs is where I learned responsibility, team work and business... Adrianne
In 2004 our granddaughter Laura was four years old and very interested in Dora the Explorer... Joanne
Getting to know some of the wonderful staff members over the years has
been very pleasant... Jayne
More Foodstuffs incidental artwork. This time by our first student employee, Heather...
Niagara Escarpment Views is a wonderful regional publication...
Adrianne & Kelly did these wonderful illustrations on our front window...
Before Downtown Georgetown's summer street-event got gentrified into the Village Festival...
Talk about resting on your laurels...
When we started out, back in 1982, "bulk food" was a new concept...
This is one of my first memories of Foodstuffs - the sight of my brother Jamie in the store at Cambridge...
For the first few years my dad, Bob, actually hand drew our advertisements...