Ottawa Valley Food Co-operative - Shop - prdcr list

By: Ottawa Valley Food  09-12-2011
Keywords: Vegetables, Beef

Producer List

Only coop producer members with products to sell this month are listed on this page. For a complete listing of the producer members, irrespective of the current status of their product offerings, click here for a .
Types of Products Available for Sale
Certified Organic Herbal Teas, most grown on our farm near Golden Lake, some wildcrafted. Packaged at our Eganville facility
Certified Organic fresh vegetables and herbs and frozen organic greens. Silk-screened shirts Certified Organic, Fair Trade Certified hempseed cookies. Certified Organic toasted whole hempseeds Apples, Cider, Preserves, Baking, Pies all natural, non-GMO grassfed beef, elderberries, raspberries, vegetables Organic Non-Certified: pastured heritage lamb, mutton and pork. Smoked bacon & ham & artisanal sausage. Naturally grown vegetables, jellies, jams, ketchup, breads, salad dressing, pesto,tomato sauce, chutneys, pickles Certified Organic, Fair Trade Certified: Fresh Roasted Coffee- 340g packages Soy Wax candles: votives, tea lights, pillar, container Solar lighting products, Replacement batteries, Solar panels, LED light bulbs Maple Syrup, maple sugar, maple jelly, maple sugar candies Breads and Buns garlic scapes and garlic bulbs, organic non-certified Home made breads, many varieties Pesticide and herbicide free: Tomatoes, lettuce, cucumbers, radishes, green onions, etc. more as season advances straw, hay, oats, spring wheat, rye, barley, dry peas, garden vegetables. Naturally grown, non-GMO Steaks, roast, ground beef, stew beef, beef sausage, quarter pounders, braising ribs, polish sausage, liver, kidney, heart, tongue, soup bones, oxtail Organic (non-certified); pears, apples, juices & vinegars, vegetables, herbs, salves. Nature photo cards, chocolates, music CD's Fresh Roasted Fair Trade Coffee, Baking Handcrafted Soaps 15th Anniversary of Soap Making in the Valley. New! 3 different Free Gift Bags with 4 Special Soaps pasture raised pork using Rare Heritage Breed pigs, Tamworth, Berkshire and Large English Black Organic (non-certified) fruits, vegetables, and beans. Many heirloom varieties. Motivational childrens books Wooden fretwork- wall plaques, suncatchers, ornaments, bookmarks, clocks, etc. Perennial Plants- many varieties (hostas a specialty), Vegetable Plants granola and muesli breakfast cereals in tubs and bulk Beef, Hemp hearts (hemp seeds), Cold-pressed Hemp Oils, Whole grains, Whole grain flours, Cattle manure-based compost Lavender, organic-non-certified (Hidcote and Munstead); fresh in season (June-July),Lavender Buds, Lavender Jelly, Lavender sachets, Lavender Photography, aromatherapy roll on's, therapeutic rubs, bum balm, hemp balm, therapeutic pillows, bug spray, yoga mat cleaner, fabric refresher Comb-ripened unpastuerized Honey (Light and Buckwheat), Beeswax Candles. garlic and parsley (both seasonal). Mixes for Soups & Meals, Breads, Spice blends, Dips, Cookies, Muffins, Desserts, Pancakes. Gluten-free. Sugar-free. Baked items (breads, muffins). Free-Range Lamb: Lamb chops, Lamburger, legs, sausages, whole/half lambs. Free-Range Pork: Pork chops, Butt chops, Smoked Ham, Bacon, Whole/Half Pig. Natural Handmade Lip Balm, Lip Stick, Aromatherapy Roll On Fragrance, Body Products, Natural Cleaners

Keywords: Beef, Vegetables

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Ottawa Valley Food Co-operative - Shop - faq

The shopping cart will show a subtotal, but it will not necessarily subtotal everything you have ordered, as items with random weights will not be totaled until that information is updated from the producers. Q: What are the requirements for being a producer member in the co-op?A: To be eligible for membership a producer must grow and/or process their products themselves.


Ottawa Valley Food Co-operative - Shop - product list new

A combination gift pack of our effective therapeutic rub & muscle soak (500 gram jar) to ease the symptoms of muscle pain & strains, bruises, inflammation & arthritis. This is a great Christmas gift idea..layered dry ingredients in a jar - chocolate, flour, cocoa,sugar and lavender buds on top. Citron is a heritage member of the squash family, and when cooked into marmalade, has a citrus flavour.