Farm Fresh Food DROP

Pick-ups every other Monday, 12pm – 5pm at Taghum Hall
NOTE: new subscription fee (six drops left!)

May 17 & 31

Order from these farmer / vendors:

Biggest Little Fruit Stand:  Large selection from meat to avocados! Meats, Seafood, Eggs, Bread, Veggies, Fruit, Frozen goods – sourced as locally, organically & responsibly grown as possible within BC/Alberta & from down south (oranges, grapefruit and more). To view  product list visit Biggest Little Fruit Stand Facebook page. To email or eTransfer:    5%-10% discount!

Chuckleberry Community Farm: All year round organic certified Microgreens, grown in Beasley. We offer 3 different types, all 2.99$: sunflower shoots (75 gram), pea shoots (50 gram) and daikon shoots (75 gram). For Taghum Hall customers we offer a 10% discount. Perfect in or on top of salads, soups, smoothies, spreads and even stir fries! Microgreens are highly nutritious and also very safe because they grow on our own produced soil in our solar heated greenhouse. Email: to order.

Doodlebug Chocolates: As irresistible to the eyes as they are to the palate!  Available to order for Christmas: Variety Pack (6 dark, six milk chocolates); Salted Caramel Pack & Peanut Butter Pack.  $12.99 (10% discount for Food Drop subscribers). Contact to order.

Firevines: A local Kootenay company based out of Nelson, BC. we work in partnership with Skimmerhorn Winery from Creston, BC. We have crafted 2 amazing winter warmers for you: Cauldron Mulled Wine and Bugaboo Craft Apple Cider.

Kettle Kountry Farm: Organic naturally raised beef, chicken & turkey available from this Christian Valley family owned farms.  Honey & eggs too!  Orders must be placed by Friday before food drop.  To order, visit Kettle Kountry Farm Facebook page and click on website to see a full range of products, or email to order.

Kootenay Pie Company: Organic savoury pies made with locally sourced products. See Kootenay Pie Company on Facebook.

Mountain Metalworks: Offering custom metalwork from gifts, wall art and fire pits to industrial applications and more. Got an idea you’d like to see in steel? Shoot us a message.

PorcelainPeep Makes: Homestyle artisanal baking, pottery and handcrafts     10% discount for Farm Fresh Food Drop customers! Find us on Facebook and message to order.

Shirley Knott: Rag Rugs, Tote Bags and more! All made from reclaimed fabrics. Payment by e-transfer or cash. Go to this Facebook link for photos and contact.

Simple Offerings:  A family-run business offering simple, tasty, and nourishing soups. Prepared by a professional cook who uses organic and local ingredients to provide the same good quality food he serves up to his own family. We currently offer the following three soups: Cream of Mushroom, Cream of Broccoli, and Butternut Squash (650 grams for $8.50). Email: to order.

Sproule Creek Sourdough: Artisanal sourdough bread lovingly made from local organic heritage grains.   Winter discount in effect. Contact to order.

You Silly Sausage: Locally made preservative/chemical/nitrate free lean sausages. We have chicken, beef, pork and turkey sausages. $10 for a pack of four. We sell chicken, turkey, pork, or beef bone broth 2L for $10. We also sell burgers and meatballs and delicious soups. Visit our new website to find out current flavours and to order: (use code thankyou2021 for 10% off $50+ orders). Our email is

To register as a customer or a vendor, see following links. (There is a one-time $10 subscription fee for customers, and a small drop-off fee for vendors.)

Link to customer/subscriber form:

Link to vendor registration form

COVID 19: All drop‐off and pick‐up activity will occur outdoors, with mandatory mask-wearing and hand‐sanitizing. Only customers will touch their pre‐bagged items. Taghum Hall has strictly followed all Public Health safety guidelines thus far, and will continue to monitor and adapt to changing requirements.

This program is community‐minded, connecting farmers and customers, and is run by volunteers. The project is gentle on the Earth by not contributing to packaging/shipping waste and allows farmers/artisans only one distribution trip to town. Is that a win-win or what?

Thanks to Columbia Basin Trust for the “Holiday Buy Local” grant which helped to support this initiative!