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.
Cumberland Hemp provides unique vegan food options from Hempscream frozen dessert to kale chips and seedy crackers. All hand made locally in Cumberland with the bounty of the Comox Valley. Many products are available both at the Farmers Market weekly and in fine retail store nearby. See our website for more details!
The farm is a local producer of fresh vegetables and raises Fallow Deer. While primarily a working farm, tours are offered. Other services include retail sales of venison, fresh produce and specialty products available both on-site and at the Courtenay Farmers’ Market. A site is available for group activities, children’s birthday parties and other special events. Overnight accommodation can be reserved in a unique waterfront Yurt. Visit the website for more information. Call ahead for store hours, tours and site rental information.
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!
Seal Bay farm has been producing quality veggies, fruit, bedding plants, and preserves since 1995.
Growing a wide assortment of Vegetables since 1974. Tasty tomatoes a speciality.
For a short look at Steve's Farm follow the link to comoxvalleyartsandlife.com www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL75F03D0F3D8C206A&feature=view_all
At Blue Moon Winery and Ciderworx we gather and ferment the flavors of the land to offer you hand-crafted award winning spirited fruit wines and sparkling hard ciders. Our inspiration comes from the scrumptious organic fruits collected from Vancouver Island, the ancient history of the craft of fermentation and the lively traditions we now seek to revive. What happens when you ferment an apple or a berry? We love finding out! Wine and Cider-making on the farm is a process of discovery - a combination of chemistry, ecology, alchemy, engineering, wishful thinking, old world wisdom, farm ingenuity and adventurous experimentation. Our farm fresh flowers will make you smile for weeks. Grown ethically and sustainably, seasonal flowers provide the habitat and food source for our honey, mason and bumble bees.
Merville Organics is a grower's cooperative of 5 farms. We are all certified organic or transitioning to certified and aim to grow the healthiest, pesticide-free and non-GMO food for our community. We love growing greens, veggies, plant starts and experimental crops like ginger and sweet potato. Come say hi to Arzeena, Robin, Kira, Moss, Russell or Neil when you stop by our stand.
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.
Products: wood fired oven baked, sourdough breads, prussian black bread, Arugula, broad beans, beans, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, Celery, claytonia, collards, corn, corn salad, cress cucumbers, eggplant, endive, Fennel, garlic, kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, lettuce, melons, mustard, Onions, pac choi, parlsley, parsnips, peas, peppers, purslane, radish, rhubarb, Spinach, Squash, Swiss Chard, Tomatoes, turnips, strawberries, apples, plums, Annual and perennial plants. Cut flowers. Eggs. Broilers. Big leaf maple syrup. Jams, chutney.