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You will find that most of our produce is highly-coloured. 

This is by pure design.

What We Grow: Welcome
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Natural plant pigment, anthocyanins, gives deep color, like blue, black and purple, to certain fruits and vegetables. Anthocyanins have been ascribed a number of specific beneficial effects:

  • Reduced inflammation

  • Anti-diabetes properties

  • Induction of programmed cell death in cancer cell lines

  • Metabolism of carcinogens

  • Strengthened capillaries and boosts in nitric oxide

  • Improved blood pressure and HDL, the good cholesterol

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Aronia Berry Superfood


This round, black-colored berry contains one of the highest number of polyphenols and...

Purple Raspberries

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We haven’t met anybody who doesn’t love purple raspberries! You may not be familiar ...

Black Raspberry Superfood

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This round, black-colored berry contains one of the highest number of polyphenols and...

Sweet Red Raspberries

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Raspberries rank high as one of the world’s most popular berries. It is true that the red variety...


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We grow several different varieties hardy to our region, Dexter Jackson and St. Lawrence...


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The two varieties of cherries we grow are Cupid and Crimson Passion...

Blue Corn

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Why Blue? The deep blue color of this corn means it is very high in antioxidants...

Purple Potatoes

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A potato is not a potato. The deep purple color, both on the skin and inside the potato...


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Shown to have more antioxidants than all vegetables except three (broccoli, green...

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A Note About Berries

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Berries are such a powerhouse of phytonutrients they are considered a nutraceutical. This means they transcend ordinary food by imparting health and having medicinal benefits including prevention and treatment of disease. Like any other plant, some varieties are superior to others. Berries are rich sources of dietary antioxidants and other bioactive compounds (flavonols, phenolic acids, ellagitannins, vitamins C and E, folic acid). The high antioxidant content of berry crops has been associated with a reduction of coronary heart disease, improved visual acuity, anti-viral and anti-cancer activity.

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