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Bruce Botanical Food Gardens

Business Type: Economic Dev & Tourism, Other, Seller
Business Address:
C/o 585 Kennard Cres
Kincardine, ON
Canada
Phone:
(519) 386-9956
Cell:
(519) 386-9957
Email:
Ltaylor@bbfg.org
Web:
bbfg.org
Business Information:
A non-profit tourist garden destination and social marketplace specializing in rare, very rare, endangered, and world food plants. Located at 62 Park Street Ripley, ON. Open June through September Wednesday to Sunday. 10-5. Self Guided Tours and living marketplace will give you access to and education on historical food plants, and their importance to our ancestors. Developers of the newest Bruce County heirloom apple! The Ripley apple. Come. Learn the Secrets of the Back Forty. (Maps available at the Township of Huron Kinloss and at the BBFG gatehouse). We are a non profit but not a charitable organization. Your donations help support our social programming and are gratefully received.
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Lynne Taylor
President
C/o 585 Kennard Cres
Kincardine, ON
Tel: (519) 386-9956
Cell: (519) 386-9957
Email: Ltaylor@bbfg.org

Lynne Taylor
President
Cell: (519) 386-9957
Email: Ltaylor@bbfg.org

We Sell:

  • Small Volumes

We sell the following products:

Vegetables

  • Greens
    • Mustard Greens
    • Other Greens
    • Radicchio
  • Kohlrabi
  • Lettuce
    • Green Leaf Lettuce
    • Other Lettuce
    • Red Leaf Lettuce
    • Romaine Lettuce
  • Okra
  • Asparagus
    • Green Asparagus
  • Onion
    • Cooking Onion
    • Green Onion
  • Beans
    • Green Beans
    • Other Beans
    • Runner Beans
    • Yellow Beans
    • Yard Long Beans
  • Parsnip
  • Beets
    • Other Beets
    • Red Beets
    • White Beets
  • Peas
    • Other Peas
    • Snow Peas
    • Sugar Snap Peas
  • Cabbage
    • Red Cabbage
    • Other Cabbage
  • Peppers
    • Hot Peppers
    • Other Peppers
  • Carrot
    • Other Carrot
    • Red Carrot
    • Yellow Carrot
  • Radish
  • Chard
  • Rhubarb
  • Collard Greens
  • Spinach
  • Cucumber
    • Field Cucumber
    • Other Cucumber
  • Squash
    • Other Squash
  • Eggplant
    • Other Eggplant
  • Swiss Chard
  • Endive
  • Tomato
    • Heirloom Tomato
  • Fennel
  • Zucchini
  • Fiddlehead

Fruit

  • Quince
  • Berries
    • Goji Berries
    • Gooseberry
    • Raspberry
    • Saskatoon Berries
    • Strawberry
  • Cherry
    • Sour Cherry
  • Currant
    • Black Currant
    • White Currant
    • Red Currant
  • Pear
  • Apples

Nuts, Seeds & Herbs

  • Herbs
    • Basil
    • Chives
    • Cilantro/Coriander
    • Dandelion
    • Dill
    • Fennel
    • Lavender
    • Mint
    • Oregano
    • Parsley
    • Sage
    • Savory
    • Thyme

Selling contacts

Lynne Taylor
President
Ltaylor@bbfg.org
M: (519) 386-9957

Business practice classification

  • Natural Focus
  • Artisan/Specialty

Preferred method of payment

  • Cash on Delivery

Do we offer delivery?

  • No

Do we have third party liability insurance?

  • No

I can offer the following services

  • None indicated

I am looking for the following services

  • Advertising, marketing, or promotions
  • Cold Storage (Refrigerated Warehouse)
  • Warehousing

Additional partnership details

We test plot world foods-foods sought out by the New Canadian populations-to determine their potential for Bruce County area farmers. We have successfully demonstrated that round and long eggplant and Clemson Okra can be grown in Bruce County. We would like to link up with other farmers who are interested in growing the crops as well and combine marketing efforts to get the product to the known $83M domestic marketplace 46% of which is in Ontario.(Vineland Research and Innovation Centre data).

Our Mission

Ontariofresh.ca is an online network and marketing service designed to help Ontario businesses buy and sell more local food.

We aim to connect the food value chain and get more local food on Ontario plates.

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