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Fruits and Vegetables

The Comox Valley’s fertile soil, temperate weather, and long growing season allow the fruit and vegetable producers of the Comox Valley Farmers Market to grow high quality produce, picked at it’s peak, and offered fresh to you each market day, all year through.

Get to know your local farmers, and neighbours as you select from lush seasonal fruits, crisp vegetables, cut flowers, fresh herbs, bedding plants and seeds. From the everyday to the exotic! Be sure to ask the farmers for recipe ideas, and growing tips.

By shopping at Comox Valley Farmers Market you directly support local agriculture, and maintain a link between rural and urban communities, ensuring that the Comox Valley has a future as ‘a place for agriculture’.

Raincoast Farm

Strawberry plants! 

More to come!


Mystery Meadows Farm

We grow a wide variety of plants, usually far more than we can use, so we would like to share with you. Available in early spring are: bedding plants, vegetable starts, dried herbs, tea, seeds, and limited quantities of Bigleaf Maple Syrup. Later, seasonal vegetables, berries, fruits, herbs, and perennials become available. We also sometimes have nuts, grains, flowers, berry bushes, and fruit trees.

Everything is grown organically though we are not certified organic.

Thanks for shopping local


Toadstools and Handtools Farm

NEW VENDOR!

Toadstools and Handtools Farm is a new adventure into the sustainable and ethical production of gourmet mushrooms, culinary and medicinal herbs, and vegetables. Our cultivated mushrooms are eco-friendly, grown without the use of disposable plastic. And our veggies are happily grown with low-impact handtools to minimize disturbance of microbial soil organisms. We proudly source our organic seeds from Island producers and Canadian companies whenever possible, so you can be confident you are eating local from seed to table!


Coastal Rainforest Farm

We are a brand new farm practicing organic production in the Comox Valley! With our focus on contributing positively to the land, our personal health and especially our communities, Coastal Rainforest Farm's mission is to deliver delicious produce from Soil to Soul!


Food Fest

Food Fests are a result of the Comox Valley Farmers' Markets partnership with The North Vancouver Island Chef's Association. They bring their talent and creativity to the market and pair it with our fabulous local food. The result: tastings, info and recipes of seasonaly available locally produced food straight from the farm.

YUM!


Lentelus Farms

Lentelus Farms was founded on the idea of creating a truly sustainable, agroecological, mixed livestock farm in the Comox Valley. All our animals are raised with the utmost respect and care on fresh green pastures. We produce pork, lamb, eggs, seasonal vegetables, dog treats as well as fresh sourdough bread for the Wednesday and Sunday Markets.


Eatmore Sprouts

OUR MISSION: Eatmore Sprouts & Greens Ltd. provides fresh, locally grown, certified organic sprouts and greens year round in the Comox Valley and beyond for a happier healthier planet.


Berry Best

We are a, family run farm, formerly certified organic (still using the same practices) producing high quality fruits and vegetables in the Comox Valley.

We have a farm stand that operates seasonally from March through October.

Please contact us at 250-338-0234 or find us on Facebook!


Watrin Orchard

Fruit,( Apples, Cherries, Pears, Plums)

Apple Juice

Pasteurized Sparkling Apple juice/cider,

Pasteurized Apple Carrot Juice, Garlic,

Garlic Scapes and Seasonal Vegetables ( Beets, and Carrots)


Fleur de l'ile Farm

Jacinda and David are beginning farmers growing seasonal vegetables and herbs in a sustainable manner. With roots in the Comox Valley and Brittany, France, they bring a French touch to their Courtenay-grown produce. Jacinda et David sont des maraichers débutants cultivant des herbes et légumes de saison dans une manière durable. Avec des origines dans la Vallée de Comox et en Bretagne, France, ils apportent une touche française aux produits cultivés à Courtenay.

 

 


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