Tina Willard-Stepen has been operating Seeds Food Market in Cumberland for almost 5 years. This "Green Grocery" was the first true grocery store in the Village in many years. With a mix of organic, local and natural products as well as family favorites and comfort food, the staff at Seeds strives to offer something for everyone, at competitive prices.  Seeds is a great place to find Tannadice Farms products as well as Island Bison, Pattison Farms, Natural Pastures Cheeses, and many niche products that my be tough to find in a larger shop. Thanks for being a wonderful guest, neighbour and for having such a strong community spirit Tina.
This episode of Edible Valley is brought to you by Island Bison. The Vance family of Black Creek graciously donated Bison back ribs to the Edible Valley test kitchen. With farming practices dedicated to grass feeding the animals with no anti-biotics or hormones, Bison is one of the most healthy meats that one can eat. Visit Island Bison on Hamm road in Black Creek, or at the Comox Valley Farmers Market. Thank you Mark and family for helping to keep this local food podcast alive.
Up Coming Events:
International chef day Oct 20th
Top 40 under 40 Gala Awards and Dance at Crown Isle Oct 25
Child Haven fundraiser dinner Oct 25 fmi
Avenue Bistro "One Big Table" Event. Past guest Chef Aaron Rail puts on a family dining style dinner. For more information contact Avenue.
Crown Isle 11th annual Wine Festival November 3rd. Stay tuned to Edible Valley for more information.
North Island Junior Chef competition November 19th
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