Farms & Markets
When the K'omox First Nation named this region "Land of Plenty", it was on to something.
The Comox Valley Farmers’ Market in Courtenay speaks for a way of life and a love of food that binds producers and consumers, and dances straight from field to plate.
Meats are lamb, beef, chevon goat, bison and venison, raised on natural grass and hay without medicated feed, animal byproducts or hormones. Chickens are free range and fish and Fanny Bay oysters come straight from the ocean.
Also look to fill your food basket with bison sausages, smoked fish, organic pastas, vegan foods, unpasteurized honey, single-origin, organic dark chocolate and award-winning cheeses such as Comox Camembert.
Comox Valley Farmers' Market
The Comox Valley’s Farmers' Market began with 10 local farmers in 1992. Today it boasts more than 80 farmers, fishermen, bakers and candy makers. The market's astonishing bounty covers everything from arugula to artichokes and local wasabi to a dozen varieties of garlic.
The Farmers’ Market is open on Saturdays in summer, fall and winter, and Wednesdays and Saturdays in the summer.
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