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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’.

Blue Moon Farm, Winery and Ciderworx

 


Ironwood Farm

Certified Organic since 1997. A wide range of vegetables from arugula to zucchini including tree fruits, herbs, bedding plants, flowers and winter storage squash, all grown on the farm. We also bake Prussian Rye and natural sourdough breads and assorted berry jams and jellies for the winter market season. 

Ironwood Farm has been operating in the Comox Valley since 1996. Offering customers an amazing selection of premium quality and nutritious produce. We are proud to continue serving our local farmer's market.

Thankyou for supporting local certified organic produce.


Waveland Berry Farm

We are a small mixed farm and greenhouse producing a variety of vegetables and fruit in season. In the spring we offer bedding plants and vegetable starters for sale at the market. In August we have a good selection of garden fresh vegetables and berries for sale. Our specialties include garlic, grape tomatoes, and wonderfully sweet cantaloupe.


Seal Bay Farm

Try one of our three hot sauces, made from peppers and other ingredients grown on our farm!

At Seal Bay Farm, our products are known for their spiciness! We grow many types of chile peppers, which we use to make our hot pepper jellies, hot sauces and cranberry salsa. However, not everything we sell is spicy. We also sell a wide assortment of other products including fresh veggies such as garlic, tomatoes, beans, squash and zucchini, bedding plants, and sweet jams and jellies. So come see us at the market from April to December for fresh and fiery food!


Country Aire Farm

Country Aire Farm is a small farm that offers bedding and vegetable plants in the spring, seasonal vegetables and fruits during the Summer, Fall and Winter, all grown without pesticides, herbicides or commercial fertilizers. We also raise Fresh Free Range Turkeys for Thanksgiving and Christmas as well as Free Range Chickens We also offer Free Range Eggs throughout the year. Enjoy the fresh Country Aire.

 


Happy Creek Farm

We are a nut farm: we have about 12 acres of hazelnuts and walnuts, and a few edible chestnut trees. We sell nuts in the shell, shelled nuts, and walnut and hazelnut oil which we make ourselves in an expeller press (cold pressed). We generally start our sales at the market in mid to late October, depending on the harvest.


StoneCroft Farm

Turkey products (whole, sausages, breast, roast, ground etc) - raised without antibiotics or added hormones, roasting chickens. Plus Neapawa wheat flour, Fresh (in season) and frozen blueberries and raspberries (grown without any non-organic sprays) Our birds are naturally grown and humany processed in our own governent inspected plant. Our blueberries, and our birds are grown with no hormones, steroids or antibiotics. 


Good Earth Farms

We grow amazing Seeds, Strawberries, Garlic, Greens, Peas and more.

We started at the Market in 2002.

We grow sustainably and all products are delivered to the Market
by bicycle!!

We have tons more info and tips on our website and welcome your questions
and feedback by phone or email.

Thanks for supporting local sustainable agriculture!!

 


Clever Crow Herbs and Spices

Clever Crow is made up of Lia and Brian McCormick who have lived in the Valley for 18 years and have a passion for growing food and enhancing the food on your plate. They bring their locally produced artisan sea salts and spice blends, popular mixed salad greens and abundance of veggies grown sustainably and naturally to the Saturday Market year round, and the Wednesday Market through the summer.

 


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