Valentine's Day Dinner With Alberta Grocery


Spending Valentine’s Day at home this year? Whether you’re planning a date night or a family night, we’ve got a wide range of delicious options.

Alberta Grocery Meal Kits

Want to serve a home-cooked meal without the stress of planning and picking recipes?

Get everything you need with one of our meal kits. We have three options: dinner for twoa comforting family dinner, and breakfast in bed.

Each meal kit includes handpicked favourites, from restaurant-quality tenderloin steaks to favourites from local companies like Covet Cookies, Inspired Go, Jenny's Delectables, and Worthy Jam. 

Savoury Snacks


From crunchy crisps and crackers to over twenty cheese and meat options and tons of olives and jams, we've got everything you need for your charcuterie board. Plus, you'll our options are from local producers like Angela the Olive Lady, Vabella Gourmet Foods, and Springbank Cheese.


You can make a fondu from scratch with our many options from Springbank Cheese. If you just want to heat and serve, try our fondu kit.

Classic Snacks

More of a fan of classic snack foods? Hoodoo Snacks' kettle corn or our organic popcorn kernels are the perfect movie night treat, and pretzels or traditional potato chips can round out your options.

Sweet Treats


Nothing says Valentine's Day like chocolate. We love NKD's classic Nude bar, along with their other flavours like caramel cashewhazelnut almond, and bergamot chocolate.


These macarons are as pastel as sweet heart candies but even more delicious. Our macarons include delicious flavours like salted caramel, creme brulée, chocolate, and vanilla.


Covet's locally-made, delicious oversized cookies come in all our favourite classic flavours, from frosted sugar cookies to macadamia nutsnickerdoodlepeanut butter, and of course, chocolate chip.

Which options will you choose for your Valentine's Day dinner? We'd love to see what you create: tag us on Facebook or Instagram!

Happy Valentine's Day!

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