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Come Visit Us!
Monday - Saturday
9:00 am - 7:00pm
Sunday
9:30 - 7:00pm
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About Us

Apple Farm Market provides fresh produce at great prices.

Mr Cho immigrated to Vancouver after highschool from Hong Kong and in 2009 opened Apple Farm Market. Over a decade later, our grocery store remains a family owned and operated business and is now run by Mr Cho’s eldest son, Paul Cho & his business partner Tim Chan who has over 20 years experience in the produce store industry.

 

We believe in supporting and growing with the communities we belong to. Many of our employees have been with us since the very beginning and we value our partnerships with local farmers who source organic produce that has been ethically grown. These relationships allow us to provide customers with high quality produce that people come back for - like our avocados (best seller in our store)!

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Testimonials

"I absolutely love this place! They have hands down the freshest and best pricing of local produce in the neighbourhood. The ladies that run it are really sweet and always very helpful. Don’t hesitate to shop here;)"

Jayden Grundy

"This is a great place to get your fresh fruit and vegetables. There is a great selection of both. I should mention that the staff are very helpful and also very nice."

Joyce T.

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"A great market with veggies that are often nicer than those at the local large chain grocery stores."

Jason Brawn

"I love local businesses and especially ones that have (much) better produce at (much) better prices than the nearby big stores! I go out of my way to shop here"

Sydney S.

"Great for produce, canned food, and some dry goods. Prices are affordable and staff are very friendly. I'm glad to be supporting this local business."

Nili H

What's New
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1$

Our $1 bin is a highlight for many customers, in it you'll find imperfect fruits and vegetables that would have otherwise ended up in the compost. The produce may not be beautiful but it is still perfectly good, so if you're looking for a bargin, check there first!