February 9, 2022

Emily Woody


Price Increases 😔

You have probably noticed that some of our products have increased in price. As inflation continues to make everything more expensive we had to sit down and take a closer look at our own pricing. We need to make a minimum of 30% on our profit margins for our business to remain viable. Many of our products were well below what we thought they were. This made us realize that we have to raise some of our prices.

Making products with high-quality, locally-sourced and responsibly-grown ingredients requires a higher upfront cost. But that cost does pay dividends in the form of better health, strong local economies, less pollution and of course more flavourful and nutritious food. It doesn’t feel good to raise our prices but we hope you understand why we have to do it.


Wild Valley Farm CSA

Our friends, fellow farmers and former neighbors at Wild Valley Farm in Passmore still have a few CSA spot available! If you live in Slocan Valley or Nelson and you’re interested in joining a more traditional CSA be sure to check out their website to sign up. We’ve sourced veggies from them for our online farm store many times and they are exceptionally talented growers.

If all you want is a box of fresh veggies every week without having to think about it, than you will not be disappointed. Click the link below to learn more.

Wild Valley CSA



Spinach & Ricotta Calzones

Description: You had a long day, your feel tired and the last thing you want to do is cook. Why not try our frozen Spinach & Ricotta Calzones?

In just 12 minutes you could have a steaming hot calzone fresh from the oven. Cut one open and let the cheesy spinach filling slowly flow out. Pick it up and take a bite. The rustic crust has crispy edges and a satisfying whole wheat flavour. The filling is cheesy and herby and with a touch of spice on the tongue.

These calzones are easy to make, are guaranteed to be a crowd pleaser, won’t make a mess and require minimal clean up. What more could you ask for!

About Our Calzones

For these Calzones we started with a combination of our freshly-milled Red Fife flour and Anita’s fine-grind whole wheat flour. This makes for a flavourful crust with a rustic feel. We then hand-fill each Calzone with a three cheese blend of ricotta, mozzarella and Grana Padano parmesan, locally-grown potatoes and garlic, frozen spinach from our farm, and herbs and spices. Once filled we fold the dough over, seal the edges and cut vents on top to let steam out.

Details: Each box contains four large frozen calzones.



Red Kimchi

Description: Kimchi is a traditional Korean dish that is often eaten with every meal. Kimchi has a complex flavour and a variety of uses. Made from vegetables, garlic, ginger, and fish sauce, it hits a range of flavors from sweet, sour, spicy, tangy and umami. It works as a condiment, an ingredient, a dip, and a side dish all on its own.

Kimchi is fermented and the flavours will intensify as it ages. Because it’s fermented it’s also known to improve healthy by adding healthy bacteria into your gut microbiome.

Details: Sold in a 500 ml jar.


Winter Blush Kabocha Squash

Description: A sweet and flaky squash with a sky blue colour that fades to soft pink as it ages.

Details: Sold per pound.

Grown by Salix and Sedge Farm, Salmo.