In 1981, a conventional farmer bet Dale Coke that he couldn't grow organic strawberries. He has now been growing organic fruits and vegetables in Northern California for more than two decades. With a strong commitment to sustainability and good agricultural practices, Coke Farm prides itself in the quality produce, customer satisfaction, and the year-round employment that it provides to the local community. The planting and harvesting of dozens of crop varieties, seed crops, and the growing of specialty produce are a few of the examples of what Coke Farm does. Originally started as a small planting of strawberries and snow peas, Coke Farm has evolved to a full-scale vegetable farm with over fifty crop varieties harvested each year. Christine, Dale's partner, focuses on helping smaller local farms with limited production sell their crops commercially, bringing a variety of rare West Coast specialties into Canada.
A large round root vegetable related to the turnip and horseradish family, with a crisp texture and a mild to sweet peppery flavour. </br></br>Rich in vitamins A, C, as well as thiamin, and niacin.
Meyer lemons are sweeter and more floral than traditional lemons. They make wonderful additions to salads, lemonades, or lemon tarts. </br></br>A source of carbohydrates, protein, fibre, and of course... vitamin C. These tasty little lemons are yum yum yum!