Fabulous BC Weather Results in Early Corn Harvest
The Peak radio station will be broadcasting live from Kerrisdale Farmers Market this Saturday. You’ll find them at the North end of the market. You can also find them at 102.7 on your FM dial (as they say in radio).
Fresh BC corn will be heading to market in late July this year due to the record-breaking weather we’ve been enjoying. That’s why were holding our popular corn festival in late July rather than in August this year. More details to follow but you can mark down July 25 on your calendar as we’ll have truckloads of BCs best corn!
BC Wine Studio are a very popular vendor at Kerrisdale. Follow the link to find out more about this Okanagan vintner. And check out their cool Siren’s Call bottles while having a free sample (legal drinking age only, of course). They’ll be at the market this saturday. Here’s a quick look at their cool graphics.
Are you concerned about the ethical treatment of animals? I know I am. It’s important to me to know that I’m buying products from farmers who have the highest standards of animal care in the industry. Vale Farms is one of those producers. Here’s a paragraph from their website: We strive to produce foods that you can confidently feed your family: wholesome products of the highest quality. Our meat products are produced the old fashioned way: outdoors, with feed that the animals were meant to eat (grass!) and no chemicals or hormones added, ever. The result is happy and healthy animals, and meat that has unbeatable flavour and texture. The health benefits of grass-fed meat will benefit your whole family!
This week we welcome The Victoria Lavender Farm to Kerrisdale. Visit their website to learn more about this fascinating and unusual farm. All things lavender. You’ll be as I was at the versatility of this beautiful plant and flower.
And last but not least we have the return of Jamaica Cold Brew coffee. JCB just graced the cover of Metro this week along with an inside spread that featured this unique product and company. Stop by and give them a try and ask them about their product and process.
Plus we’ve got lots of organic and traditional produce, prepared food and craft vendors this Saturday so we’ll see you there!