Bulk Produce Ordering


Introducing the ‘Bushel and a Peck’ program! Help support our local economy by buying fresh seasonal fruit in larger quantities for perserving 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!

Click the links below to get to our ordering pages, where you’ll be able to see more details about ordering.

Simply submit your order before the closing date, and you’ll be notified when they arrive at the co-op for pickup a few days after the order deadline.

Don’t want to pay online? You can order in-store as well, and pay in person. Pop by the Co-op (460 York Blvd) to place an order or find out more!

 Local/Organic Roma Tomatoes or Eggplant – order deadline Aug 21 for Aug 25 pickup or Aug 28 for Sept 1 pickup.

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Local Peaches or Pears – order deadline Monday Aug 21 for pick up Friday Aug 25 (organic peaches = order deadline Thurs Aug 17, pickup Sunday Aug 20).


Produce sales that have already concluded for the season:

Sorry, you will need to wait until next year!

Local Cucumbers, Beans or Zucchini – (pickup Friday, August 18)

Local Blueberries (pickup July 28)

Local Sweet or Tart cherries – fresh & pitted (pickup July 21 & 28)

If you have any questions, please email produce@mustardseed.coop.


2 thoughts on “Bulk Produce Ordering

  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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