Bushel & Peck Pre-orders

Introducing the ‘Bushel and a Peck’ program! Help support our local economy by buying fresh seasonal produce in larger quantities for preserving or enjoying with family & friends! The Bushel and a Peck program is a great way to get seasonal produce without driving out to the farm – instead our local farms come to the Co-op.

Simply submit your order before the closing date, and pick up on the days indicated.

How to Order:

  1. Go to https://www.localline.ca/mustard-seed-coop-1 
  2. Select Bushel and a Peck
  3. Proceed through ordering process for desired local produce.

Please note: You will not be contacted to come pick-up your order. It is your responsibility to come during the pick-up window provided. Orders will be available for pickup at our curb side table located near the loading dock. Please text the Co+op mobile (905-961-2659) when you arrive, let us know the name the order was placed under and we will then put your order on the curb side table for you to retrieve. We ask that you DO NOT park in the loading dock area for safety and to allow proper use for our suppliers to deliver. Please park in a parking lot spot and text us.


Bushel and a Peck: Pickling Cucumbers

Pickling Cucumbers are available! This offering is a 1/2 bushel of Organic Pickling Cucumbers.

Farm: Pfenning’s in Baden, Ontario

Order Pick-Up Begins: Friday, July 31st

** Please Note: We are closed Sundays and August 3rd is a holiday. This means there are only 2 days for pick up****


Bushel and a Peck: Raspberries

It’s Raspberry Time!

The season is very short this year, due to the late frost in the spring and then the heat in the last couple of weeks.

We will be offering raspberries in 3 pint increments. As in, 1 order of raspberries will get you 3x one pint baskets of raspberries (1 pint equals approximately 3 cups of raspberries)

Farm:  Jerry’s Berries Raspberry Farm in Lynden

Order Pick-Up Begins: Wednesday July 29th


2 thoughts on “Bushel & Peck Pre-orders

  1. I work in a group home in hamilton for your age 13 to 17. The house I’m in house u boys who love fruit and eat non stop. We are looking to purchase large quantities at reasonable cost or even if fruit is close to expiration as they devour quickly. Please advise pricing.

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