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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’.

Tatsu-Nami Farms

Specializing in: Japanese sweets & Tea: Chirashi; Sushi & etc. Raspberries, Blueberries, Kurobata (Birkshire Pork), Lamb, Eggs, Vegetables.


Fawkes Farm

Heritage apples - Red and Yellow Gravensteins, Cox, Bramley, Russett. Pears - Bosc, d'Angou, Bartlet. Grown without pesticides on our small farm near Chickadee lake on Denman island. From September to December I'm at the market selling apples and pears by the pound and the box as well as pasterurized apple juice.


Fiesta Greenhouses

Quality and freshness are our priority on our farm. We grow beautiful greenhouse peppers, cucumbers, tomatoes, eggplant and basil. Our sweet bell peppers are eaten like an apple, our cucumbers crunch and our tomatoes come in all sorts of colours! We use absolutely no pesticides. Grown with passion and pride. Thank you for your continuous support!

Check out our farm on Shaw Cable here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wvxp99IHrAU&list=UU0gKepT7udZM5HF03Wv6o6Q


McClintocks Farm

McClintocks farm is a mixed farm offering U pick raspberries and blueberries on the farm, award winning sweet corn at the farmers market. We also have a new water buffalo dairy, supplying milk for mozzarella cheese made at Natural Pastures Cheese in Courtenay.

We have recently introduced our new line of water buffalo yogurt at the Farmers' Market!


Celiam Acres

Bill and Joyce retired to the Comox Valley in 2003. Bill was born and raised near Tsolum school and graduated from that school. Joyce nursed in Victoria for almost 40 yrs. Our wish is to share with others, at a reasonable price, the bounty of our farm. Produce is raised naturally, as are our animals. Our main product is Cornish hens, which are very popular at the market.


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