Pumpkins – Nutrition Spotlight

Pumpkins – Nutrition Spotlight By Dr. Annie Gibson N.D. This time of year pumpkins are in the spotlight: pumpkin pies, pumpkin cookies, and pumpkin spice lattes pop up on every menu! But pumpkins are more than just a fall flavour boost. They’re full of nutrients and are a great food to incorporate into your diet during the fall. Here’s the … Read More

Local Squash

Pureed winter squash make great soups! It can, also, be added to stews, curries, casseroles, & other hearty dishes. For variety, mix with other vegetables to replace sweet potatoes in most recipes. Your family’s favourite desserts – like pies, muffins, cakes & puddings – can all be include this wonderful vegetable. Acorn Squash Easily substitutes for pumpkin & sweet potatoes … Read More

Market Update // Microgreens, Homemade Soups, Live Lettuce

Jonah’s Microgreens Enjoy our locally sourced from Langley, microgreens! These little shoots are available at our market and make great additions to many dishes. They are edible plants that have not fully matured and are harvested just after the first leaves have sprouted. Not only are they beautiful and taste delicious but they also give 50x more phytonutrients than a … Read More

Primal Kitchen Dressings

Primal Kitchen has become a customer favourite at our market very fast! After sharing about it on our Instagram page, the excitement grew rapidly. Primal Kitchen is known for it’s clean label, use of 100% pure avocado oil and full of flavour taste! Enjoy selections such as their dairy and sugar free ranch. It’s made up of avocado oil, organic … Read More

Local Nursery at Ralph’s Farm Market

Ralph’s Farm Market in Langley is pleased to announce the return of Muldoon Greenhouses, also known as “The Plant Place.” Muldoon’s is a local nursery based out of Coquitlam. Owner, Noel and his team have set up shop at Ralph’s the last few years and every year has been a hit! Through out the Spring and Summer season, enjoy offerings … Read More

Organic Republica Coffee Roasters at Ralph’s Farm Market in Langley

Republica Coffee Roasters Tasting Event at Ralph’s Farm Market Friday March 2 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Come out and enjoy a tasting with Kenji from Republic Coffee Roasters, local to Langley. We not only carry their fresh beans on our shelves in our Grocery section, but also freshly brewed organic coffee and tea in our Bistro! Our family has … Read More

Supporting Your DIGESTIVE HEALTH Through Diet!

Ralph’s Farm Market is pleased to announce our first live Health Talk with Dr. Annie Gibson, local naturopathic doctor! Come learn about Supporting Your DIGESTIVE HEALTH Through Diet! WHERE: Ralph’s Farm Market Bistro WHEN: Thursday March 1st at 6:30pm WHAT: While it’s easy to associate digestive issues such as bloating, gas, constipation, diarrhea, or acid reflux with impaired gut health, … Read More

Farewell to Jeremy Wiebe

If you’ve been a long time customer of Ralph’s, you would have gotten to know Jeremy by this time. Jeremy is an expert when it comes to fresh produce, bringing 11 years experience with Ralph’s. In the time Jeremy has worked with us, he has completed two post-secondary degrees. Jeremy will be starting a program this fall to become an … Read More

Locally Grown Goji Berries have arrived at Ralph’s Farm Market in Langley!

Goji berries (also referred to as wolfberry) are bright red-orange narrow sphere-like fruit that have a sweet-sour taste similar to a grape, or even a tomato. They are also known as the “happy berry”, full of many health benefits. Goji berries, a superfood well known in China, is now available at Ralph’s Farm Market. With only one grower here in … Read More

Summer Salsa Recipe – Fresh From the Kitchen of Ralph’s Wife!

Organic Pineapple & Ataulofo Mangoes are on special this week! Elizabeth, Ralph’s wife is sharing her family favourite Summer Salsa Recipe. It tastes fresh, flavourful & best of all is good for you. A bountiful serving, came to less than $10.00! It pairs nicely with tortilla chips, our favourite is the Fresh Is Best Chips (located at end of dairy … Read More