First opened at Victoria Drive and Ferndale 60 years ago, Bosa Foods was a fixture in the neighbourhood, until they moved out to make way for a new development. But this is a story with a happy ending: Bosa Foods is back in the same spot with a brand new location that’s bigger and brighter than ever.
With expanded square footage and exciting new amenities, the Bosa Foods on Victoria Drive is bound to be Vancouver’s new favourite shopping destination for all things deliciously Italian.
Here you’ll find bright aisles stocked with high-quality Italian goods, including some harder to find items expats and travellers may be missing from their time in Europe’s infamous boot.
Shelves are brimming with pasta of all shapes and sizes, canned goods, juices and sodas, oils, and olives. There’s a fresh deli counter where you can score fresh pasta, meats and cheese, olives, or get your hands on eats like breakfast sandwiches, panini, sweet treats, and espresso drinks.
The freezer section is full of fantastic options like pizzas, meats, and heat-and-serve meals. There’s even an entire sections dedicated to housewares and cookbooks, too.
Whether you’re shopping for some trendy nduja to spice up your meal or have a craving for Chinotto (a carbonated drink made with juice from the fruit of the myrtle-leaved orange tree), Bosa Foods’ beautiful new store needs to be on every food lover’s must-visit list.
Check out a few more photos from inside the new Bosa Foods at 562 Victoria Drive.