Navigating the world of health and nutrition is a tricky one: Fat is good? Fat is bad? Sugar will kill you? Should I try the ketogenic diet? Plant-based is the way forward, right? Should I count my macros? It’s understandable that you’re confused. Even health professionals can’t agree on basic concepts of nutrition, such as… Read more »
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Every year in December we hold our annual Donation Day, where our staff, customers and local community members come and help us sort and package all the remaining stock we had left from the previous year’s harvest. Since we only sell New Crop products from the current harvest, one way for us to ensure nothing… Read more »
We’re smack dab in the middle of our busy season here at Rancho Vignola. The majority of our products have been harvested, cleaned, processed, shipped to us and packaged by our exemplary crew. Now the Best of the New Crop is being shipped out, reaching people across Canada!
As you probably are aware, at Rancho Vignola we believe in delivering the best fresh-from-harvest new crop nuts, seeds and dried fruit that you can find anywhere. What you may not realize is that we also believe in giving back to the community.
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.
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.
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.
Aside from providing an excellent opportunity for puns, dates also pack a nutrient-rich punchline, high in minerals and fibre. They make for an excellent quick snack on the trail just as they are. Or gussy them up like I have in this Lazy Energy Bars recipe.
Another season has come to an end, a season filled with highs, some lows, new adventures and lots of things to keep working on. Amidst all the travel and changing scenery, one thing remained constant: I always ran out of dried peaches before the end of my trips.