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Fall produce available


We have some quantities of the following available for purchase this fall. This is subject to availability/weather. Give us a call to order! 902- 892- 8575

Apples (Cox's Orange Pippin)-$2.00/lb

Cilantro-$2.00/bunch

Dill-$2.00/bunch

Parsley-$2.00/bunch

Beets-$3.00/lb

Baby Carrots-$2.00/lb

Cabbage (red or green)-$1.00/lb

Corn-$6.00/doz

Garlic-$10.00/lb

Lettuce (mixed)-$4.00/8oz

Romaine (red&green)-$3.00/hd

Kale-$3.00/Bunch

Parsnips-$2.00/lb

Potatoes-$1.00/lb

Snow Peas-$6.00/lb

Spinach-$5.00/8oz

Swiss Chard (red)-$4.00/bunch

Eggs (ungraded)-$4.00/doz

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