• Geoduck  

    Profile The geoduck clam is a bivalve mollusk, and it is indigenous to coastal B.C.   About Geoduck clam meat is packed with essential vitamins and minerals, such as B12 and iron. Many chefs serve Geoduck raw in sushi or sashimi, but it can also be sautéed, stir-fried, or cooked in a hot pot.  …

  • Kale 

    “Super and delicious!”  Kale is a cold crop vegetable and tends to prefer cool weather and can even withstand light frost About Kale is a super food meaning it is filled with nutrients and is beneficial for one’s health. Kale is a good source of fibre, vitamins, minerals, and potassium. Most Common Varieties Did you…

  • Swiss Chard 

    Profile Swiss chard is a member of the beet family and is grown commercially in the Lower Mainland and on Vancouver Island. About Swiss chard is a nutritiously packed vegetable containing various vitamins, minerals, iron, and fibre. Most Common Varieties Did you know?

  • Broccoli 

    Green machine!   Broccoli is a member of the mustard family and classified as a brassica’s vegetable. Broccoli gets its name from the Italian plural of the word broccolo which means “the flowering crest of a cabbage”. About: Broccoli is a great source of antioxidants, and it is filled with vitamins, minerals, calcium, fibre, and vitamins…

  • Asparagus  

    Filled with nutrients!   Asparagus is a great source of vitamins, dietary fibre, and minerals and it can be steamed, baked, grilled, frozen or canned. Most Common Varieties:   Did you know?

  • Gooseberries 

    Member of the wild ribes!   Gooseberries belong to the same fruit family as currants. About: Gooseberries are grown on the south coast region of B.C. In recent years, they’ve become more popular due to their nutritional value. Most Common Varieties: Did you know?

  • Boysenberry  

    Best of both berries!   Boysenberries are a cross between raspberries, blackberries, loganberries, and dewberries. Their colours range from shades of green, pink, red, purple or black. About: Boysenberries are big and juicy like a blackberry but with the combined sweetness of a raspberry! Did you know?

  • Scallops 

    Fresh all year round!   Scallops are transferred to deep-water tenures where they are suspended in a mesh bag (suspension culture) or are seeded on the ocean floor (bottom culture). Wild scallops are commercially harvested around November to March. About: Scallops can be pan fried, boiled, BBQ, or even ate raw. Most Common Varieties: Did you…

  • Mussels 

    A Coastal B.C. Gem! B.C.’s coastal waters provide a great location to grow shellfish, especially Vancouver Island, the Georgia Basin, and the Sunshine Coast. About: Mussels mature into a marketable size over an 18-to-36-month period in deep-water tenures where they are suspended in mesh socks.   Most Common Varieties: Did you know?

  • Honey 

    The Power of Pollination! Bees are responsible for a lot of what we eat—without their ability to pollinate flowers, we wouldn’t have fruits and seeds!  About: When producing pure B.C. honey, nothing is added during the process from bee to hive to bottle. Did you know?