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A taste of France

Handcrafted charcuterie products with a focus on locally grown and locally sourced ingredients. Celebrating the history, spirit and life in the Kootenays.

A selection of cured meats on a wood board.

Cured Meats

Charcuterie is literally defined as the art of preparing meat by salting, drying, fermenting, curing, or sometimes cooking. Some of our cold cuts are aged more than 18 months in order to create an incredible taste.

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A sliced block of cheese on a wood board.

Artisan Cheese

We offer a selection of the best European and domestic cheeses. Aging them properly to offer them just in time to our customers is part of our commitment.

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Three loads of fresh artisan bread.

Fresh Bread

The ingredients are simple – flour, water and salt. But the alchemy behind putting those ingredients together is the kind of magic we perform at Charcuterie Totoche.

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A variety of fresh baked savoury goods on a wood board.

Grab & Go Lunch

Our Grab-and-Go Lunch savouries  provide you with fresh, outstanding snacks. They include sausage rolls, spinach pies, tourtieres, fougasses, quiches, pepperoni sticks, and andwiches. 

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About Us

From a traditional French snack to a handmade artisanal sandwich, from organic sourdough bread to fine French cheese, homemade cured meat and much more, there is no doubt you will enjoy the taste and original character of Charcuterie Totoche.

Handmade on-site with the finest locally sourced organic ingredients. Charcuterie is the branch of cooking and food preparation devoted to prepared meat products, such as bacon, ham, sausage, terrines, pâtés, and confit, primarily from pork.

Owned and operated by Claire and Guillaume, a young family who moved from the French Alps to the Kootenays in 2013.

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