Avondale is constantly growing and evolving to meet the needs of our community and continue to bring the quality and customer service we are known for.
Since 1931, Avondale has been a trusted name in the communities of Niagara, Hamilton and Haldimand. What began as a small dairy operation and milk delivery service (Avondale Farms Dairy) has evolved into over 90 locally owned and operated convenience stores that are a testament to hard work, commitment, dedication and entrepreneurial spirit. When Harry W. Stewart began delivering milk from the family farm on Stewart Road in Niagara on the Lake, it was the beginning of a legacy of providing valued customer service for generations to come.
Growing and Evolving
Avondale is constantly growing and evolving to meet the needs of our community and continue to bring the quality and customer service we are known for. Our products are continually reviewed and updated to keep our neighbours coming back. Avondale is more than a convenience store – we now carry prepared foods, general merchandise and clothing – Avondale truly is a one-stop-shop. From horse and buggy to milk trucks, dairy deliveries to convenience stores, we sincerely thank all our dedicated customers and loyal staff for helping to make Avondale a household name in our communities.
Avondale Food Store is proud to work with a number of community partners from throughout the areas in which our stores are located. Amongst our most notable partnerships is Crime Stoppers of Niagara:
WHEN TO CALL CRIME STOPPERS?
Maybe you overheard someone bragging about having committed a crime. Maybe you know someone who is driving a stolen car… or is hiding from the police… or is a robber or drug dealer. Or maybe you just see something that doesn’t look right. A strange car. A person acting sneaky. Someone carrying a gun or knife or keeping a weapon in their locker. If you aren’t sure that what you saw or heard is really a crime, call anyway. We’ll pass the tip on to our law enforcement partners and they can decide if its worth investigating. It may be a piece of a clue to a major crime.