Produce Available

HOURS OF OPERATION:
WEEKDAYS: 10 – 6
WEEKENDS: 10 – 5

CLOSED ON WEDNESDAYS
MILK: After 10:30 AM to CLOSE

PREORDERS: Must be received by noon for same day pick up.
ORDER PICK UPS: 1 PM to CLOSE on the far side of the stand. You get to bypass the lineups at the window :)

Covid is still a factor in how we manage the 2021 season.
We will continue to fill preorders and service the the veggie stand window, for small, quick orders. 

TO PLACE A PRE-ORDER: Open a second window on your browser to access your email beside this produce page, scroll down and type the items you desire into an e-mail and send it to veggietrail@gmail.com.  It takes time to put all the orders together. So please give as much notice as possible. There is a deadline of 12 noon for same day pick up, & pick up is between 12 noon & 6 pm.

Payment options are cash or bank debit. We do not accept credit cards. There is a nominal fee of 4% to a maximum of $ 5 to cover the cost of labor & time when processing your order.

Our goal is to continue to provide quality produce at fair market prices, while serving you as efficiently as possible.

Stay safe, stay healthy,
From all the staff at Veggie Trail Farms

PRODUCE AVAILABLE FOR PREORDER:

DAIRY:
Biemonds  We are pleased to partner up with Biemonds to bring a branch of their organic creamery to our location. What is different about their milk? It’s milk, with no other additives. The cows are grass fed. The milk we receive was milked on Tuesday, and processed on Wednesday. We receive it on Thursday – fresh as fresh can be and ohhh so yummy! The way it is meant to be. We ask that you reserve milk by Sunday night so we have enough to go around 🙂 
Organic, firm set yogurt $ 5.75 – 750 ml tub Plain
Organic Curds: $ 6.25 Flavors: Plain, Garlic-Parsley, Jalapeno & Onion Dill 
Organic Cheese: $ 8.95 – 250 gm bricks Flavors: Plain, Garlic-Parsley, Dill & Onion or Jalapeno all flavors in stock
Organic whole milk  1 L jug is $ 5.25, and a 2 Liter jug is $ 7.25.
PLEASE NOTE: Milk is by pre-order. We have a few extras each week, but they go fast. Reservations need to be received by Sunday night. The order goes in Monday morning.

FREE RUN EGGS from Bekings, Large Brown  $ 4.80 / Doz

FARMERELLA’S HOME MADE JAM: Click here to see what is available 

MAPLE SYRUP:  500 ml $ 12.50 bottles or 1 liter bottles $23.00. 4L Jugs are $64.00.: Bottles are a problem when it comes to getting this years crop to market. Please be patient while we sort it out.

HOT SAUCES: We are happy to add a new farm partner to our repertoire of local, organic growers. Smokie Ridge Vineyard is located south of Kemptville. 
Heat & Honey (mild): 100 ml bottle $ 15.00
Smoke & Burn (hot): 100 ml bottle $ 15.00

CANADIAN HARDWOOD CHARCOAL: $ 21.95 + HST 8 Kg bag

APPLES: Come from Jeanmarie Denis, one of my biggest farm partners. He is a 3rd generation farmer from Maribel, Quebec who supplies us with maple syrup, strawberries, red raspberries, cultivated blueberries, sour cherries, plums, pears & apples. 
Bulk Apples require advance reservations. I only see Jeanmarie Wednesday mornings, so make sure you make your reservation no later than Monday evening @ 9.
Bulk Pricing: Macintosh, Spartan & Empire: 1/2 Bushel $ 22.00 & full $ 42.00
SPECIAL must be preordered:  Small Empire Apples: 1/2 Bushel $ 18.00 a full bushel is $ 35.00. They make a prefect snack 🙂  

APPLE CIDER: (Unsweetened) 2 L Jug $ 4.95
SPARTAN: Crisp, semi-sweet $ 6.50 – basket
EMPIRE (Regular size): $ 6.50 – basket

BABY EMPIRES: Smaller apples, but just as crisp and sweet. $ 5.50- basket

OTHER FRUITS, BERRIES & NUTS:
STRAWBERRIES: $6.50 Qt, $ 12.50 / 2L & $ 24.00 / 4L
RHUBARB: $ 3.75 / lb 
2 LB Bag of LEMONS: $ 4.30
1 LB Bag of LIMES: $ 3.00
MANGO’S: Large $ 1.75 ea or 3 for $ 5


LOCAL CILANTRO: $ 2.50

SALAD FIXINGS:
LOCAL RADISH: $ 2.50 / bunch or 3 for $ 7.00
NEW: COLORED RADISH: $ 3.00 / bunch
NEW: LOCAL ROMAINE & RED LEAF: $ 2.50 / head 
MED-SIZED BEEFSTEAK:
$ 2.50 / lb (Product of Ontario)
VINE TOMATOES: $ 2.50 / lb (Sold by the cluster)
NEW: COLORED VINE: (Orange or Yellow) $ 3.00 / lb (Sold by the cluster)
Quart MIXED TOMATOES (Orange, Yellow & Red loose) $ 5.00 Qt
NEW: CHERRY TOMATOES (Quebec) $ 3.50 /pt Mixed, Red or Yellow
AVACADOES:
 (Product of Mexico) $ 1.00 ea, or 3 for $ 2.75
GREEN ONIONS $ 1.25 ea or 3 for $ 3.25
NEW: RED SCALIONS $ 1.50 ea
KALE
: Produce of our Gardens $ 3.50 /bunch  We have 5 varieties this year: Red, Green, Black, Blue & Raggedy Jack (I couldn’t resist. Steve’s father is Jack.) I recommend the mixed bouquet, but you can order: Mixed, Red, Green or Raggedy Jack.
BABY SPINACH: $ 4.50 – 1/2 lb bag
ENGLISH CUCUMBERS:
$ 1.75 ea / 3 for $ 5  (Leamington, Ont)
LEBANISE CUCUMBERS: $ 3.75 / package (Leamington, Ont)
SWEET PEPERS (Red, Yellow or Orange): $ 4.50 / LB
GREEN PEPPERS: $ 2.50 / lb

VEGETABLES:
Just for fun: FRESH CHOW MEIN NOODLES: $ 3.50 / package. Stored in the stand freezer to maintain freshness. Great for a noodle bowl, or under your seasonal fresh veggies. Large, quick meal for two.
NEW: SHELLING PEAS: 1 Qt $ 4.50 or 2 for $ 8.50
MUSHROOMS:
White, Cream, or Mixed $ 4.85 / bag
NEW: LOCAL BROCCOLI: $ 2.50
CAULIFLOWER: $ 3.25 / head Waiting for local
GREEN ZUCHINNI:  $ 2.75 / lb 
CABBAGES: Green .79 / lb or Red .89 / lb (Product of Ontario)
ROOT VEGETABLES:
Jumbo SWEET POTATOES: $ 1.39 / lb (Large & Lovely)
POTATOES:
Baby (Small) White or Red Potatoes: $ 4.50 / 2.5 lb bag
Russet Bakers – $ 1.50 / lb approx .75 each or $ 6 / 5 lb bag $ 10.00 / 10 lb bag
Yukon Gold (med-large) – $ 5 – 5 lb bag or $ 8.50 – 10 lbs
RED BEETS: $ 4.00 / 2 lbs or $ 8.00 / 5 lbs (med-large sized) 
CARROTS: 
BACK! Heirloom (medium) $ 4.50 / bag
-2 LB Bags of Med-Large Quebec Carrots $ 2.50 / bag Very nice!
NEW
Med Sized Orange $ 4.00 / bag
ONIONS: COOKING ONIONS (Med. sized Yellow): $ 2.25 / 2lb bag,  product of Quebec
-YELLOW SPANISH (Product of Quebec) $ 1.50 ea
-3LB Bags of VIDALIA ONIONS $ 4.50 / bag
Large Red Spanish  1.75 / ea
-Large Sweet White 
1.75 / ea

LEGUMES:
ORGANIC DRY BAKING BEANS & CHICK PEAS:
-Chick Peas:
$ 5.00 / 1 lb bag or $ 10.00 / 1 kg bag
-Red Kidney:
$ 5.50 / 1 lb bag or $ 11.00 / 1 kg bag
-Black Turtle: $ 5.25 / lb or $ 10.50 / 1 kg bag
-White Navy:
 $ 5.oo / 1 lb, $ 10 / 1 kg
-Mixed Legumes: $ 5.25 / lb 

TASTY ADDITIONS: (Produce of our Gardens)
FRESH HERBS: $ 2.25 / bunch
-CHIVES
-ROSEMERRY
-LOVAGE
or CUTTING CELERY (The taste is stronger than celery) It is delicious in soups & stews, or the tender leaves can be cut into salads.
-MINT (Mint freshens a salad nicely too) 🙂 
OREGANO
-SAGE
-STINGING NETTLES (By preorder only. Some people who like tea or to cook with nettles. We have cultivated a small area to cater to this demand. )
-LOCAL PARSELY: $ 2.25
LOCAL CILANTRO: $ 2.50
TENDER, YOUNG HORSERADDISH LEAVES $ 2.50 bunch (Great as a steamed side dish, as a spicy addition to salad, or used as a wrapper instead of cabbage in a roll. Only limited by your own imagination 🙂 )
FRESH HORSERADISH ROOT
$ 15.00 / lb (Please give us a day’s notice so we can dig it for you)
LOCAL CILANTRO: $ 2.50

WATKINS:
-Watkins ORGANIC TOPPINGS: Everything Bagel $ 7.50
-Watkins ORGANIC HERBS & SPICES: $ 7.00 – 18 gm bottle. Choose from the following stock items: Ground Black Pepper, Fine Himalayan Pink Salt, Chili Powder, Dill Weed, Ground Cinnamon, Cilantro Leaves, Onion Powder, or Parsley Flakes
-Watkins Organic Black Pepper Corns $ 7.99 – 18 gm bottle
-Watkins Seasonings: Italian Seasoning, Seasoning Salt & Seasoning No-Salt $ 7.50 – 18 gm bottle
-Watkins PURE EXTRACTS: Cocoa, Maple or Coffee. My 3 favorites to substitute when making muffins & cakes, yum! Rosemary for something different (excellent in cornbread or corn muffins or melted butter…) and Raspberry which goes lovely with chocolate… $ 7.00 – 2 fl Oz bottle. You are only limited by your own imagination 🙂  
-Watkins PURE VANILA EXTRACT: $ 12.49 – 2 fl Oz, or $ 19.49 – 4 fl Oz. bottles. 11 Oz bottle also available, but not in stock at $ 39.99
-Watkins BAKING VANILLA: $ 7.00 for 2 fl Oz 

To place an order, please open your e-mail and list the items you desire, then send it to veggietrail@gmail.com

Stay healthy & Stay safe,
Tammy