Come visit your nearest Produce Depot and meet staff who not only know what they're talking about, but who'll be happy to help you find what you're looking for
Produce Depot is proud to offer our customers the freshest fruits and vegetables. We're in the market every day buying only the best produce to make sure our customers get the best quality and variety.
We also believe that good nutrition includes other food groups. So we also have a top-quality butcher shop and deli, a cheese and dairy goods counter and of course, a baked goods section.
Since presentation is often as important as taste, we offer prepared fruit baskets, fruit and vegatable trays, cold cut trays, and cheese platters. Contact us today for details.
Visit your local Produce Depot to meet staff that not only know their stuff, but are happy to help you locate what you're searching for.
Ottawa ( (listen), ; Canadian French: [ɔtawɑ]) is the capital city of Canada. It is located in the southern portion of the province of Ontario, at the confluence of the Ottawa River and the Rideau River. Ottawa borders Gatineau, Quebec, and forms the core of the Ottawa–Gatineau census metropolitan area (CMA) and the National Capital Region (NCR). As of 2021, Ottawa had a city population of 1,017,449 and a metropolitan population of 1,488,307, making it the fourth-largest city and fourth-largest metropolitan area in Canada. Ottawa is the political centre of Canada and headquarters to the federal government.
My favourite grocery store in the city. Open late but not too late! Incredible amount of both unique and standard produce available and the prices are actually still very tolerable. Not sure why reviews are saying things aren’t fresh, i have never had that issue and the food looks bright and fresh when I’ve been in there, meat included. Unfortunately they seem to have removed their bicycle rack? Not sure if this is just for the winter or not (closest seems to be over at thyme & again, which is a little sketchy at night when it’s closed with all the lights off and PD is still open), but it does make it a bit more difficult to carry more than a backpack-full of groceries. I promise there are indeed people who bike to stores in the winter, PD!