Conventional Produce

Conventional produce

Strawberries, blackberries, raspberries

Strawberries, blackberries, and raspberries are not only delightful to the taste but also offer a plethora of health benefits. Strawberries boast high levels of vitamin C, essential for a robust immune system and acting as a potent antioxidant. They also contain manganese, which plays a key role in bone health and regulating blood sugar levels. The abundance of antioxidants in these berries helps reduce inflammation and may lower the risk of chronic diseases.


Available in a standard 28 lb carton

The first taste of spring, asparagus is low in calories, contains no cholesterol and is a good source of folic acid, potassium, dietary fibre, and rutin. The best asparagus tends to be early growth, meaning first of the season.

fresh Ontario asparagus

Green and Wax Beans

Available in 15 & 25 Lb Cartons

Low in calories, but loaded with nutrients, organic green and yellow beans are an excellent source of Vitamins K, C and A, manganese, fibre, potassium, folate and iron.

Look for fresh, clean beans that are tender, crisp and well-shaped. Green beans are eaten while still immature; they are picked young and tender, before the seeds inside have fully developed. The most tender beans are thin but can be either long or short

French Beans

Slightly longer and skinnier than regular green beans ; They are harvested earlier then regular green beans, so they are thought to be more tender and more flavorful.

Specialty Peppers

 (Red Tai, Green Tai, Scotch Bonnets, Habanero, Jalapeno, Cubanelle, Yellow Hot, Cayenne Pepper)

Specialty peppers are a good source of vitamins A and C, which are antioxidants that can boost the immune system and increase collagen production

These peppers are great for both raw and cooked applications such as sautéing, stir-frying, and boiling.


Packed in Euro & 1 1/9 carton

Eggplant is low in calories and super rich in potassium and calcium. These plants are harvested immature before seeds begin to significantly enlarge and harden, and over-mature eggplant becomes bitter. Firmness and external glossiness are good indicators for selecting a succulent eggplant. Quality is based on the uniform egg to globular shape, firmness, and dark purple skin color.