Living in the Land of Plenty.
The indigenous people of Vancouver Island refer to the Comox Valley as ‘the land of plenty’. As we
attend our local farmer’s market it’s easy to see why. Everything from honey to farm-raised meat to
sustainably caught and harvested fish and a wide array of produce – there is a seemingly unstoppable
amount that can be produced here.
As a small business, we try to place emphasis on supporting our local economy wherever we can and
we strive to uphold a sustainably-minded sourcing strategy. With such an abundance of choice, our
growers and producers make us look good and it’s easy for us to offer unique menus that represent
the hard work and efforts of our growers.
In addition to supporting our growers and producers, the CV Farmer’s Market supports many start-ups
that go on to become successful businesses in our community. Tria is one of those businesses. We
started out at the CV Farmer’s Market making crepes, and we certainly miss being there! Without the
exposure, promotion and support we received from the farmer’s market board and the hundreds of
customers attending the market, Tria would not be where it is today.
So a great big THANK YOU to the Comox Valley Farmer’s Market, to our growers and producers and
to the many, many customers that attend the market, you make our community thrive.
Get out there and support the Comox Valley Farmer’s Market. Check out their website to see what the
busy bees are up to http://www.cvfm.ca/
Did you know that the Comox Valley Farmer’s Market was awarded the Market of the Year in 2014 by
the BC Association of Farmer’s Markets? That’s a prestigious award for our community!