We are supplying quality local and imported ingredients!
Opening our doors in 2015, Le Marche is a speciality grocery store where you will find a range of commodities. This includes delicious La Baguette home made products, fine delicacies from all over Europe and local healthy ingredients from local producers. We are working hard to create an extensive range of goodies to offer the Revelstoke Community.
Le Marche is proudly showcasing a whole array of local producers from the Kootenays. This includes:
Come in and discover our vast selection of imported products such as fine French Cheeses, Marinated Olives, Cured Charcuterie, Fancy Oils & Vinegar.
Buying over 100 kilos a week, discover our outstanding selection of fine cheeses from around the world... From Cave Aged Gruyere to the fresh Buffalo Burrata, we have something for everyone's liking...
We import quality handcrafted charcuterie from all over Europe. Find all sorts of Salami, Prosciutto and Chorizo to enhance your creative dinners or to enjoy with friends & a glass of wine...
We believe that quality oils and vinegars can transform your dish into the next level. Find on our shelves, a vast selection - from truffle oils to aged balsamic vinegars. Let the oils & vinegars do their magic...
Green Cheese Program
Have you heard about our very popular Green Cheese program? Created to save Cheeses, each week we save 2 to 3 pallets of expired cheeses that would sadly end up in the bin. These very affordable & tasty cheeses are enjoyed by the Revelstoke locals & surrounding communities.
Working simultaneously with La Baguette, we are focusing on reducing our footprint. We work together to transform each others products & create a sustainable environment.
We are carefully sourcing local suppliers, composting, recycling, re-using & choosing ethical packaging.
Creating new ways for minimalizing food waste such as our very popular green cheese program.
Fresh news: we now have our own farm! Look out for freshly grown products on the shelves & on La Baguette delicious menu.
– or even better come and see them at Le Marché –