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Shopping for your children can sometimes be an exercise in frustration. Hefty prices combined with mass-produced clothes can deter even the most determined of shoppers.
And then there are the stores that offer something unique. Something personal. Maybe something slightly used, but still in top shape. A store that sells quality consignment alongside eco-friendly and locally made clothes. Toys together with shoes. Organic cotton beside waterproof wear. A store that offers change tables just in case your wee one needs a new diaper. Welcome to Beansprouts.
4305 Main St, Vancouver
Located on Main Street since 2003, Beansprouts is owned and operated by Angie Heinz. Decorated in earthy tones creating an inviting atmosphere, it has become a community staple.
“I love walking over to Beansprouts,” says local resident Jackie Howard. “It feels like my kids are constantly growing and always in need of some new item. At Beansprouts, I can find what I need and not pay a fortune for it.”
As you walk along the west side of Main St, you will know you have reached Beansprouts before you read the signage—the fancy window bars gives it away: They’re shaped like bean sprouts!
Heather Lochner is a stay at home mother and a freelance writer. She loves combing the neighbourhoods of Vancouver to find locally owned shops and restaurants. Together with her two children, husband and dog, she lives aboard her sailboat in Vancouver. When not at work or school, the Lochners are out cruising the B.C. coast.