Rancho Vignola is happy to introduce you to our newest and youngest sponsored athlete, Jacob Brayshaw. We got to sit down with Jacob, from Coldstream, BC. He wowed us with his dedication to his sport despite the obstacles he faces.Read more on “Jacob Brayshaw on swimming at the ParaPan-Am Games” »
With wholesale ordering starting today we are thrilled to highlight some new additions and changes to our product list this year!
Of particular interest is the almond flour that’s perfect for baking. Read more on “New must-try products for 2019” »
It’s that time of year again!
With the fall harvest right around the corner, we have some crop news updates for you on hazelnuts, pistachios and a variety of fruit.
Keep reading for full details.
Rancho Vignola is excited to introduce you to one of our new and unique sponsored athletes – and an artist: Claire Dibble.
Claire is an incredible artist, photographer, writer and adventurer currently living in Golden, BC.
Winter is here and the ski season is kicking off in Canada! I’ve been busy as usual this year with both skiing and school, and can’t wait for the racing to begin.
These past few months of training have been pretty incredible.
Read more on “The student-athlete life and food hacks for a busy schedule” »
In addition, this year we have brought in our raw whole almonds from this same remarkable company.
Read more on “Introducing: Treehouse Almonds” »
Are you a vegetarian? Are you looking to incorporate more plant-based meals and snacks into your routine?
If so, nuts, seeds and dried fruit might just become your new best friend!
What is a vegetarian?
Read more on “Inspiration for a plant-based diet and recipe ideas!” »
We are fortunate to have many hard-working farmers growing food for us all, from nuts and fruit to vegetables and grains.
At harvest we are surrounded with an abundance of fresh and healthful foods.
Read more on “Nutty Apple Crisp” »
And do you know what the differences are?
All dates have many health benefits, from promoting brain health to aiding in digestion. Dates are incredibly nutritious, high in fibre, vitamins and minerals.
They all contain both soluble and insoluble fibre, which helps to lower blood cholesterol, regulate your blood sugar and keep you feeling satiated.
Read more on “Dates, natural delights: differences and benefits” »
We know many of you, like us, have been suffering with the smoky skies for weeks now.
Fortunately, it’s nowhere near as bad as the deadly fires experienced in Southern California and parts of Europe.