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ByWard Holiday Box

Sale price Price $120.00 Regular price Unit price  per 


Limited Edition – 100 Holiday Boxes available

We are back for our second year of the ByWard Holiday Box. The ByWard Holiday Box contains a variety of curated food items found in a variety of shops sold right here in your ByWard Market, your neighbourhood grocery store since 1826. These items are curated and packaged to make a perfect gift for the holiday season.

With the purchase of one single ByWard Box, you will be supporting over 20 businesses. 

Please note nuts, dairy, and cured meat are included in the box.

Box Value: $200+

What's inside:

Some favourite items and some new additions

  • La Bottega Nicastro
  • Wedel’s Taste of Europe
  • ByWard Fruit Market
  • Teastore
  • Ideal Coffee
  • ByWard Nut House Ltd.
  • Continental Deli
  • International Cheese & Deli
  • Saslove’s Meat Market
  • Moulin de Province
  • Fairway Trading Company
  • Irving Rivers
  • House of Cheese
  • Canada In A Basket
  • Quichua World Market
  • Beavertails
  • French Baker
  • Cherrish Art – Ottawa School of Art faculty and Outdoor Market Vendor
  • ZUPS
  • C’est Bon Cooking
  • Carlos Graphics
  • & a gift from ByWard Market BIA

    How it works

    Order online and pick up in the ByWard Market.

    Pick-up location:

    ZUPS in the ByWard Market Building
    55 ByWard Market Square
    (Ground Floor)

    Pick-up times:

    Saturday, December 11 : 10:30am-3:30pm
    Sunday, December 12 : 10:30am-3:30pm
    Saturday, December 18 : 10:30am-3:30pm
    Sunday, December 19 : 10:30am-3:30pm

    Contact the BIA office for special pick-up arrangements.

    Donate to Support a Local Charity

    As we do every year, we are including an option to support a local charity. This year we have selected the Lower Town Community Resource Centre as the charity we will partner with. We will be sharing more about what they do in the community in the weeks to come. But for now, remember to Shop Local and help the beautiful city of Ottawa continue to flourish.