Bulk Barn

Bulk Barn

Bulk Barn Foods Limited is a Canadian retailer that specializes in bulk food. It is Canada's largest bulk food retailer, with 190 stores across Canada. The company was founded in 1982 by Carl V. Ofield, with its first store opening and headquartered in Richmond Hill, Ontario.

Bulk Barn carries a wide variety of bulk food items sold mainly in bulk bins. Their stores carry over 4,000 products including soup, nuts, trail mixes, candy, and decorating supplies, candy-making ingredients and supplies, dried fruits, vitamins, health, organic and gluten free products, and pet foods.

Initially the stores were located in major shopping malls, but now the company has expanded and locations can be found mainly in big box developments, high traffic strip plazas and stand-alone locations. The most common size of a standalone Bulk Barn is about 5000 square feet.

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