Farm Fresh Produce
Discover our ever growing of local farm fresh produce!

Orders are available for all pick-up locations and dates as seen on our “pick-up locations list” beginning the week of May 10th.

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    As the weather cools the squash makes a comforting addition to dinner. Acorn squash is easy to cook- just cut in half, bake upside down in a pan with a bit of water for about a half hour. Flip up for the last 10 minutes of baking and add a bit of butter and salt. Yum
  • Ambrosia Apples

    $7.00$15.00

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    Size:   Basket $7.00 | 1/2 Peck $15.00
    A premium apple developed in British Columbia. These apples are crisp and juicy with a sweet, honeyed flavour. If baking with them use less sugar than is required by what the recipe calls for. They’re also naturally low in acid which means they’re slow to brown after being cut open. Ambrosia apples don’t have a thick, waxy skin which makes them easy to bite into- no peeling required. The skin of an apple actually contains a good amount of nutrients making for a healthy snack. Ambrosia apples keep very well in the refrigerator, don't worry about buying in bulk
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    A colourful addition to any meal. Enjoy grated raw into a salad or roasted! Add crumbled goat feta to really pull things together! Available in season bunched and post harvest season in bags. Great storage vegetable.
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    A perfect fall snack. Sweet and crunchy, eat a pear a day! 5-6 large pears.
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    A smooth, rich squash that you can steam, roast and make soup and casseroles with. A delicious squash for those trying squash for the first time including babies.
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    Cabbage

    $3.00

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    Cabbage belongs to the "cole crops" or brassicas, meaning it is closely related to broccoli and cauliflower; Brussels sprouts; and Savoy cabbage. Cabbage Is Packed With Nutrients including Vitamin C It may keep inflammation in check, help improve digestion and keep your heart healthy Cabbage Is an excellent source of Vitamin K.
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    Sweet Nantes carrots, a staple item! 1.5 lb bag.
  • Keep Christmas Local! 

    Make your Christmas dinner special with the delicious taste of locally grown produce! Consider giving our Christmas share box as a thoughtful gift for those who don’t need more stuff. We’ve curated a selection of our fruits and veggies that will make your Christmas dinner scrumptious and still give you some left for the winter. Available for pick up at the Markham Hub (Saturday, Dec 21st) or at the Farm (Thursday, Dec 19th–Sunday, Dec 22nd).
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    Do you like acorn squash? If so you'll love this delicata squash. It's a sweeter version and more versatile in cooking. Delicious baked, roasted or grilled. Have some fun and cut it into rings, bake in oven on a lightly oiled cookie sheet 350 degrees for half an hour. Eat skin and all.
  • Enjoy the freshness and flavour of locally grown fruits and veggies without the commitment of a CSA membership. Our farm box is filled with the same selection of fruits and veggies found in the current week’s CSA share box, some of which are exclusive to our shares. Farm Boxes are available during our regular summer and fall CSA seasons.   Click here to see the schedules of our pick-up locations.  Confirm your preferred pick-up location when purchasing. Please note that the private locations are not available for pickup.  Delivery charges may apply.
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    Sweet with a tang. Honeycrisp are currently one of the most popular apples grown in Ontario. They are crunchy with a watermelon like texture and juicy as anything. Highly recommended for eating fresh, not so much for cooking.
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    Delicious versatile potatoes!  New crop is now available.  So tasty and what's even better is you don't have to peel them.
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    A traditional root vegetable with exceptional storage capacity. It is great roasted with a mix of vegetables and in soups or stews as well as eaten raw or mashed. A cross between a turnip and a cabbage, this vegetable has a beautifully butter and savory taste when roasted. They are high in vitamin C, a good source of potassium and high in fiber.
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    A fun and versatile squash to cook as it comes out stringy like spaghetti noodles, just like its name. Use in a variety of dishes and soup.
  • This share is all about flexibility!

    Have a busy summer planned making it difficult to commit to a bi-weekly summer share? Need more flexibility in your pick-up schedule?  Not to worry, we have you covered. "Having the option of a monthly share worked really well for us. It is just my husband and I. He is a picky eater so this option was great. Also the swapping option. Being emailed prior to the pickup date of what is included in the share is appreciated" Lori Six share boxes are scheduled for pick-up during the first Biweekly share week of each month starting the week of May 13th and ending the week of September 30th. Not available to pick up on your scheduled week?  No Problem.  You can reschedule for a more convenient date and location during that month. Back into a routine once school starts and love our program? Think about bundling your seasons to save! Check out our Flexible Full Season Bundle so you can love local longer.
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    A squash great for roasting! With a deep sweet flavor, cooking these squash low and slow is a great way to caramelize all the sugars!
  • Enjoy the bounty of the harvest!

    Thanksgiving celebrates a season of plenty as the summer harvest ends and the fall harvest peaks.  It’s a time when locally grown fruits and vegetables are abundant. Our Thanksgiving Share box is an opportunity to extend these seasonal offerings. Take some pressure off your planning.  We've carefully curated a variety of fruits and vegetables to help make your Thanksgiving dinner a feast of flavours. Fresh turkeys are available by special order. (We have a limited supply, please order early)
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