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Teníye Local Market is now open in Barriere

Tiffany Benzel is welcoming customers to Teníye Local Market in Barriere as the store continues to add speciality food items you can’t find locally, fresh local produce, local meats, and a variety of artisan products. (Photo by: Hettie Buck)

Teníye Market is now open and staff are excited to share with the North Thompson.

The doors are now open inviting customers to browse their selection of locally sourced artisan goods.

The store is open from Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m.- 6 p.m.

The produce building will be in partnership with Nu-Leaf produce offering locally grown produce and opening soon.

Teníye Market will be holding an Applefest in Barriere on Saturday, Nov. 25 at the market located at 5085 Barriere Town Road. There will be over ten different varieties of local apples featured along with apple treats like pie, crisp, ice cream and local fall produce by the case from Teníye Local Market and Nu Leaf.

The Teníye Market: To establish a substantial network that links individuals with nearby farmers and producers, prioritizes sustainable practices, bolsters the local economy, and ensures food security. The market is committed to fostering strong connections between consumers and the sources of their food, promoting transparency and trust in the process.

Through their dedication to sourcing from local farmers and artisans, we aim to reduce the carbon footprint associated with long-distance transportation and support the livelihoods of those in the local community. By supporting local producers, and helping them to thrive, the market will enable them to continue their passion for sustainable agriculture and artisans craftsmanship.

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Teníye Local Market opened on Nov. 1 and will feature local and B.C. artisan’s work in Barriere. (Photo by: Hettie Buck)
Teníye Local Market is adding new speciality products daily and will be offering local meats, deli, and produce along with many artisans works like giftware and unique jewelry. (Photo by: Hettie Buck)