Shop M&M Food Market online or in person at the Cottonwood Mall, and take the work out of your holiday cooking!

Shop M&M Food Market online or in person at the Cottonwood Mall, and take the work out of your holiday cooking!

Last-minute holiday magic for a meal like no other!

From shrimp rings to turkey dinner, your local food market has it covered

The holidays are usually the time of year when we slow down, gather with family, and take time to prepare elaborate meals from scratch. But who has energy for that in 2020?

“You can still have a grand holiday meal, without the work,” says Rahul Ajwani at M&M Food Market in Chilliwack.

The Ajwani family store has nutritious meals, appetizers, desserts and more, and they take your happiness seriously.

“This is a time of year for bonding with your family and enjoying each other’s company, not running around shopping or working in the kitchen,” Ajwani says. “Don’t worry about the food — let M&M take care of the food.”

Holiday favourites

  • Appetizers: Familiar foods are one way we can keep traditions alive in an unusual year, and M&M has all your favourites. Pick up a frozen shrimp ring or popcorn shrimp for your New Year’s Eve nibbles — M&M uses premium quality Pacific white shrimp that meets high sustainability standards. Try the cheese-stuffed mushroom caps or the Indian Party Pack with samosas, pakoras and other tasty bites to round out your snacking.
  • Your personal sous-chef: Even if you plan to make meals yourself, M&M can help with the prep. Stop by the store for essentials like diced onions, veggies and dinner rolls so you have more time to focus on cooking your main dish. “Everything at M&M is flash frozen at its peak ripeness, so it’s full of flavour and nutrients — then it’s there in your freezer when you’re ready to cook,” Ajwani says. “It’s real food —no preservatives, no additives, low sodium —we know it’s healthy and delicious because we eat it with our families as well.”
  • A turkey dinner in 2 hours or less: Find everything you need in one place, and protect yourself from a cooking disaster. If you need a last-minute holiday meal, M&M has turkey and all the sides… and a step-by-step guide to pull it off!

The store offers online ordering with same-day pickup if you’re in a hurry or require contact-less pickup. You’re also welcome to browse in the store, where the friendly staff will help you find all the items on your list.

Shop online for appetizers, soups, mains and more at, or read up on recipes and find meal inspiration. Stop by the store at #2 45609 Luckakuck Way in the Cottonwood Mall for great service from Rahul, Manju and Naresh Ajwani and the rest of the staff. Open Monday to Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m., Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Follow the store on Facebook for great meal ideas from staff and other customers!



M&M Food Market has shrimp rings and lots of other festive snacks — stock your freezer today, and relax over the holidays!

M&M Food Market has shrimp rings and lots of other festive snacks — stock your freezer today, and relax over the holidays!

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