14
June
2023
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10:53
Europe/Amsterdam

Beloved BC bakery opens at YVR

YVR is on a journey to create an incredible culinary experience for our guests, welcoming top local brands and offerings to our terminal for everyone to enjoy. We are delighted to announce that Purebread, a favourite local brand, is now open, marking our 14th culinary opening in the past 18 months.

Located in the pre-security area of YVR’s main terminal, near the International Food Court on Departures Level 3, Purebread is bringing warm and welcoming customer service, great coffee and of course, decadent baked goods to YVR. Whether you’re boarding a flight, picking someone up or just live in the area, you’ll be able to enjoy a freshly made taste of local excellence.

Originally a stall at a Whistler Christmas market, Purebread’s family-owned bakery has grown to seven busy locations across Vancouver, Squamish, Whistler and now Richmond, serving a range of delicious breads, cakes, treats and savoury baked goods made with real, high-quality ingredients. Their pastries have already been enjoyed by the many domestic travellers who have picked up a sweet treat from Pacific Farms Market in the domestic terminal after security.

At YVR, we love working with local businesses to provide amazing food and drinks that support our community and provide a taste of B.C. to visitors.

We’ve already started transforming our food and beverage options. You might have noticed new additions like Salmon n’ Bannock On The Fly, The Dirty Apron, Pacific Farms Market and Japadog in the terminal, all serving up fresh, healthy, locally made grab-and-go items to enjoy at your gate or on your flight. We are so excited to add Purebread to this list and have lots more exciting additions coming up.

YVR is a place that brings ideas, data and people together and connects them to the rest of the world. Building on our award-winning sense of place and through our updated culinary offerings, we are proud to share B.C.’s vibrant food scene with the rest of the world, showcasing the best of our community through the universal language of food.