WELCOME TO SLOW BOTTLED SUNDAY
Our sauces and condiments are loaded with fresh, delicious yet unwanted fruit, the “ugly” stuff, saved in collaboration with BC farmers. The result is naturally rich and surprisingly versatile flavours. When our kitchen is full of with local ingredients and our pot is warm, we like to imagine that we’re cooking for neighbours, near and far, on a slow Sunday afternoon. Thank you for joining BC’s tastiest rescue mission.
Together with BC farmers and our customers we’ve saved
65,000 pounds of fresh food from going to waste since 2021.
Thank you BC!
Peach Habanero Hot Sauce
This sauce will fire up your appetite all year round with the perfect blend of sweetness and heat. Perfect for tossing your cauliflower or chicken wings, delicious on tacos, breakfast burritos, and anything else your hot sauce-loving heart desires!
Chipotle Cherry Burger & Grill
We bottled up cherry sweetness and chipotle spice to capture summer’s richness for year-round WOW! Use in the slow-cooker for a touch of gourmet, top off sandwiches or veggie dogs to transform a quick snack into a culinary experience.
Our original sauce is made with tangy BC plums and warm spices to comfort your taste buds. And it’s kid-approved! Enjoy with breakfast sausages, lentil burgers, chicken tenders, tofu bites, pakoras, and savory pies.
Barbecue Cherry Rib, Tofu & Grill
This top-selling sauce is full-bodied with zero nonsense for all your hunted or gathered BBQ’d cuisine. No BBQ? No problem! Delicious on baked salmon, homemade pizza, burgers, tacos, and in the slow-cooker with pulled pork or jackfruit.
Ripe and Rescued
The easy way to savor BC's Bounty
We rescue BC-grown stone fruits at peak ripeness. They’re sometimes ugly on the outside but always delicious on the inside.
The results are sauces that taste naturally rich, look silky smooth, and help you reduce food waste. Nature doesn’t wait and neither do we.
How We Sauce it
- Our first ingredient is always whole and locally grown
- We gather food directly from the farmers
- More real food sweetness for less added sugar
- More real food flavor and no crap
- Each bottle contains high quality food diverted from landfills
- Our kitchen is vegan and free of gluten, nuts and dairy
THE ORIGINAL GARDEN OF PLUM
Home Grown Roots
Chef Nate has been saucing up BC’s harvest since he was a young lad living in the Gulf Islands. A “fruit ketchup” recipe that he found in an old family cookbook inspired him to save the plums that collected in his backyard. Soon he was gathering fruit from neighbors and seasoning the harvest into unique creations that he could preserve year round. It was the beginning of a lifelong curiosity about forgotten and delicious ways to celebrate local food.
Slow Bottled Sunday was created to share these discoveries. We develop products to encourage people to kick back and enjoy brunch, get down and dirty with campfire grub, or prepare the slow-cooker for a well-earned family meal with inspired flavors of BC’s backyard.
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Find us in these awesome stores!
Victoria and Islands
The Root Cellar – McKenzie
McKenzie Ave, Victoria
The Root Cellar – Cook Street
Cook St, Victoria
Catherine St, Victoria
The Old Farm Market
Cadboro Bay Rd, Victoria
The Market on Yates
Yates St, Victoria
Niche Grocerant – Broadmead Village
Royal Oak Dr #480, Victoria
Primrose Collective – Mayfair Mall
Douglas St, Victoria, BC
The Local General Store
Douglas St, Victoria, BC
Market on Millstream
Millstream Rd, Victoria, BC
Parkdale Drive, Langford
Axe and Reel Outdoor Emporium
Rainbow Road, Saltspring Island
Pemberton Valley Supermarket
Prospect Street, Pemberton
Farm Gate Winery
Hwy 97 South, Kaleden
Grand Union Cafe
Haynes Street, Hedley
The Country Store
Scott Avenue, Hedley
Pasture to Plate
Union St., Vancouver
City Avenue Markets
Commercial Drive, Vancouver
Quayside Dr., New Westminster
Shaughnessy St., Coquitlam
Calabria Meat Market
Victoria Dr., Vancouver
W. Broadway, Vancouver
Arbutus St., Vancouver
Hastings St., Burnaby
East West Market
Main St., Vancouver
Sumas Way, Abbotsford
Old Dewdney Trunk, Pitt Meadows
Mavis Ave., Langley
Willowbrook Dr., Langley