Market Veggies – Nov 1

Its Fall! It’s the season of crisp morning air, warm drinks and my favourite fall veggies! Our urban farm partner, Fresh Roots, are still working hard harvesting from their very local fields and as usual they who will be providing us with their amazing, delicious, fresh veggies this week. On top of that we will also be selling:

    • Persimmon fruit is a golden yellow, round or oval, flavorful, smooth textured delicacy from the East Asia. Its sweet, delicious flesh holds several health promoting nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, and anti-oxidants that are vital for optimum health.

      Persimmon fruit is a golden yellow, round or oval, flavorful, smooth textured delicacy from the East Asia. Its sweet, delicious flesh holds several health promoting nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, and anti-oxidants that are vital for optimum health.

      Ambrosia Apples (Grown in BC)

    • Avocados (Grown in Mexico)
    • Bananas (Organic)
    • Sunkist Oranges (Grown in California)
    • Anjou Pears (Grown in BC)
    • Persimmons (Grown in California)
    • Broccoli (Grown in California)
    • Brussel Sprouts (Grown in BC)
    • Cauliflower (Grown in BC)
    • Red Cabbage (Grown in BC)
    • Red Onion (Grown in Washington)
    • Parsnips (Grown in BC)
    • Purple Top Turnips (Grown in BC)
    • Kabocha Squash (Grown in BC)
    • Yams (Grown in California)

    We will be at Brant Villa (2290 E. 25th Ave near Nanaimo Skytrain station) from 10:30am-12:30pm and at Kensington Community Centre (5175 Dumfries Street near Knight) from 2pm-4pm. Hope to see you there!

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