• Rhubarb 

    “Citrusy and sweet!” B.C.’s rhubarb season starts early in the year. Rhubarb roots remain in the ground over winter and are ready to sprout as soon as the soil is warmed in the spring. About: Rhubarb is high in vitamin K, vitamin C and calcium. Rhubarb is commonly enjoyed in pies, crumbles, muffins, and jams.…

  • Plums 

    “Nature’s Juicy Jewels”! In 2022, B.C. produced nearly 3.8 million kilograms of plums. About: Plums are grown in the Okanagan, Similkameen and Kootenay Valleys. They’re enjoyed fresh during the late summer months. Plums are often consumed on their own as a snack or with breakfast dishes, salads, chutneys, or jams. Plums are a great source…

  • Nectarines 

    “Sweet as nectar” Almost all B.C. nectarines are grown in the Okanagan and Similkameen Valleys. About: A ripe nectarine is similar to a peach, but without the fuzz. Nectarines are soft and flavourful, and a great source of vitamin A, vitamin C, fiber, and potassium. Most Common Varieties: Did you know?

  • Loganberry

    “Bold Berry Bliss”! Loganberries are a hybrid berry between a raspberry and a blackberry. About: Loganberries contain high amounts of antioxidants and are a great source of vitamin C, vitamin K, folate, and manganese. Did you know?

  • Kiwi 

    “Sweet and Tart Sensation” B.C. grows over 6.5 million kiwis each year. They are commercially grown in Abbotsford and Vancouver Island. About: Kiwi can be enjoyed in smoothies, jams, syrups, and jellies, and are loaded with vitamins, fibre, and antioxidants! Most Common Varieties: Did you know?

  • Haskap Berries 

    “The Super Berry”  Haskap berries are delicate and soft, with a juicy texture!  The Okanagan Valley is a popular spot for growing the famous super berry!   About Haskap berries vary in size and taste with some resembling a saskatoon berry and others a raspberry.  Most Common Varieties Did you know?

  • Bell Peppers 

    Versatile and fresh!   Bell peppers are botanically classified as fruits. Different colour varieties have sweeter tastes than others.  About Bell peppers are a great addition to salads, cooked dishes, pizza, stir-fries, and even eaten raw with your favourite dip! 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?

  • Currants 

    Perfect for pies! The wild red flowering currant is native to BC and is mainly located along the coast of Vancouver Island and the lower mainland.   About: The red-flowering currant is a member of the gooseberry family and grows in the form of a tall shrub ranging from 1 to 3 metres tall.   Most…

  • Crab Apple  

    Profile: Pacific crab apples have a long history as not only a food source, but a resilient wood to make tool handles and digging sticks for Indigenous peoples in BC. About: Pacific crab apples grow in moist, open woodlands along the Coast of BC.   Did you know?