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Great Looking Winter Veggies

One thing we hear from people time and again is that they wished local items were available during the winter. To all of us at the farm, it just sounds so silly. While I fully admit that we obviously aren’t picking anything from the fields, so the choices aren’t as abundant and the fruit isn’t the same as the mid-summer highs. That said, the winter vegetables shouldn’t be ignored. They are hardy, full of flavour, and provide some much-needed vitamins during the winter blah months. Here’s a list of just a few local items available now: apples potatoes sweet potatoes beets carrots turnips onions tomatoes peppers cucumbers mini-cukes herbs And for those of you who feel you need to do away with colour, check out that amazing beet and heirloom carrot medley up top....

Our Award Made The Paper

We just want to again say a big thank you to all of the people who voted for us for us in the Best Produce Delivery category of the Biz-X Awards. Our picture from the award night made it into the magazine this month and we couldn’t be more proud.

Win A Day In Kingsville

Our latest giveaway, for every $20 you spend in our market through the month of January you will receive a ballot for a day in Kingsville. The $300 grand prize includes a night at the brand new The Grove Hotel Kingsville, $50 at O’ Sarracino Trattoria & Wine Bar, and two tickets to one of our cooking classes. One lucky person will also win a gift card for Jack’s!! Great partnership in a fantastic community. MyKingsville, Town of Kingsville, Tourism Windsor Essex. Nestled on the north shore of Lake Erie, Kingsville Ontario is Canada’s Southernmost Town. With an ideal growing climate, it’s no surprise that fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables fill the produce stands along our roads every season. Rich in history and Victorian era architecture, Kingsville strikes a ...

Prep For The Next Group Cleanse

After the month of December and much Holiday Cheer (aka holiday vino), my body is in need of a detox & reboot! Our Group Cleanse is starting Monday, January 9th. To date, this is our largest group with many repeat cleansers and a few new to the experience. I have already suggested to many of you to watch the documentary by Joe Cross called Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead. Now I am suggesting you take some time before you start Monday to watch Hungry For Change. You won’t regret it 😉 *Also on Netflix!

Movie Review: Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead

Alessia and I watched a pretty cool Documentary today on Netflix, Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead. Anyone else see it? Definitely worth a watch Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead is a 2010 American documentary film which follows the 60-day journey of Australian Joe Cross across the United States as he follows a juice fast to regain his health under the care of Dr. Joel Fuhrman. Synopsis: 100 pounds overweight, loaded up on steroids and suffering from a debilitating autoimmune disease, Joe Cross is at the end of his rope and the end of his hope. In the mirror he saw a 310lb man whose gut was bigger than a beach ball and a path laid out before him that wouldn’t end well— with one foot already in the grave, the other wasn’t far behind. FAT, SICK & NEARLY DEAD is an inspiring film that chroni...

Who Benefits From A Cleanse?

People do juice cleanses for all sorts of reasons, from kick-starting a new diet or exercise regime to reducing inflammation or soothing a sluggish digestive tract. With juice cleansing, you get results fast… You’re most likely to feel great, lighter, and more clear-headed than you ever have before, and you’ll shed a few unwanted pounds as well. That said, the only way to maintain these results is with long-term changes to your diet and lifestyle. Juice cleansing will help you get amazing results, and fast… but maintaining those results is up to you! Do your research, have a plan, and stick to it. You can cleanse one day a week, three days a month, five days every few months, or even longer cleanses a couple times a year, to help you achieve your goals. Each cleanse...

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