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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’.

Rad Valley Farm

Rad Valley Farm offers a wide variety of certified organic vegetables that are both super awesome and very tasty.


Freedom Farm

We are a family run farm offering a full variety of in-season vegetables. From the greenhouse we have tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers and basil by the lb. which are grown in our soil. No hydroponics here. Our produce is grown organically using environmentally friendly methods.


Vancouver Island Mushroom Adventures

Vancouver Island Mushroom Adventures is a local business that offers wild edible gourmet mushrooms as well as Mushroom Identification and Cultivation courses/workshops and Eco Tours


As You Like It Products and Catering

‘As you like it’  is one of Comox Valley’s finest caterers of gourmet foods and food products.  The Shakespearian play - ‘As you like it’ states “Can one desire too much of a good thing?”  ‘'I believe you cannot”says owner, Laura Agnew, a red seal qualified chef of 30 years. Her goal is to supply the local region with gourmet food and food products for people who enjoy the art of eating quality, locally grown food.


Jesse Atton

Foods of all sorts, high value nutritional items from the farm and forests. Luscious salad mixes. Only the most beautiful leaves.


Grantham Farm

Gunner Pedersen has been selling his veggies at the market for many years - long enough to see the maple tree he planted behind his vending stall grow into a beautiful tree. He grows a wide variety of veggies and fruit and despite being in his 70's brings it to market each week to share with you.

 


Big D's Bees

 

Hello my name is Daniel Ludwig and I am a beekeeper in the Comox Valley. I have been beekeeping here for 15 years now and have been attending the Comox Valley Farmers market for 9 years now. I sell all local honey from our area and also beeswax and Candles.

I also grow many other fruits and veggies on our family farm with my brother. Be sure to keep checking in to see whats new at the market.


Pirates' Pond Farm

Pirates’ Pond Farm is small family run farm located in the Comox Valley.  We started our farming adventure in 2012 when we purchased an acreage in hopes of growing enough food to feed our family.  In the spring of 2013 we acquired our first rooster and have continued to expand ever sense.  Although we do not come from a farming background we have realized over the last few years that factors such as global warming, genetically modified organisms, and the use of herbicides, pesticides, synthetic fertilizers and other chemicals are having a significant effect on food security, the environment


Deroda Farm

Sustainably grown fruit and vegtables in season.

Baked goods, both traditional and gluten free.

Jellies and pickles made in samll batches using the best quality ingredients grown on our farm.


Simply Divine Farm

The industrious and intriguing honey bee is a constant source of inspiration for us. Many of the same flowers that bees collect nectar from can be used in herbal preparations to ensure health and wellbeing. We keep bees and grow herbs on our farm in Merville, B.C. We believe in sustainable land stewardship, access to local and naturally grown food and effective natural body care. Our Simply divine Body Care line has been a local favorite for over 10 years and is plant based, using ingredients grown on our farm.


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