What’s In Season

The fresher the food, the healthier it is for your family. Let’s face it – food just tastes better when it is in season and able to arrive in your kitchen sooner. While many fruits and vegetables are available year-round, BC’s home-grown harvests are at their peak during specific seasons.

Take a look at our bountiful list of fruits and vegetables you can look forward to each season from neighbouring farmers – particularly from Okanagan , BC and Ralph’s farm below.

local produce


Currently:
Hazelnuts and walnuts
Russett, yellow, and red potatoes
Organic yellow, red, and purple nugget potatoes
White and brown mushrooms
Green and red cabbage
Red beets
Anjou pears
Red delicious apples
Pink lady apples
Fuji apples
2lb bagged fuji apples
Spartan apples
Granny Smith apples
Honeycrisp apples
2lb bagged honeycrisp apples
Ambrosia apples
5lb bagged ambrosia apples
Organic ambrosia apples
Golden delicious apples
Gala apples
5lb bagged gala apples
Organic gala apples
McIntosh apples
2lb bagged McIntosh apples
Red Russian garlic
Eggplant
Campari tomatoes
Mixed romanella tomatoes
Medley tomatoes
Mini cucumbers
Bagged mini sweet peppers
Bagged romero sweet peppers

Freshly Pressed Juice:
Pure cranberry juice
Blueberry juice
Black cherry juice
Apple/Kiwi juice
Honeycrisp apple juice
Apple/raspberry juice
Bartlett pear juice
Apple juice
Lemonade
Raspberry-Lemonade
Rhubarb-Lemonade
Apple/Strawberry
Apple Cider
Wassail Holiday Blend

From Out of Town:
Heirloom navel oranges
Ataulfo mangoes
Premium air-flown mangoes from Peru
Pomelos (red, pink, orange, and golden) from China
Leaf and Stem manadarins from California
Clementine mandarins from California
Blue Jay navel oranges from California

Last updated January 17, 2022. Products are subject to availability.

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Spring

(approx. April - June)


Mid to Late Summer

(approx. August-September)



Early to Mid Summer

(approx. June-August)


Autumn

(approx. September-November)