A celebration of local food is happening across the city—in the gardens and on the tables of residents, in cooking programs organized by not-for-profit agencies, through the diverse range of cuisine of the city’s restaurants and local food trucks, and through retailers who promote local and regionally produced foods.
To increase local food security, community agencies provide emergency groceries and meals while empowering community members with the knowledge and skills needed to grow and prepare their own food.
Learn more about our community partners:
- The Kamloops Food Policy Council
- The Kamloops Food Bank
- Interior Community Services
The City of Kamloops values this effort and works in partnership with several community food action groups to ensure a vibrant food economy.