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Where to Purchase Local Honey in Ottawa

| September 7, 2015 | 9 Comments

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We wrote a previous article about why you need more honey in your life. Honey is so beneficial to our health, so why not bring the family to one of these local farms and make it a family fun time at the farm!

Local Honey Sources:

Ottawa (South Ottawa)

  • Apple Hill Fruit Farm – Honey (retail), Honey (wholesale), Certified Organic Honey, Crystallized honey, Pasteurized honey, Whipped honey, and 0ther honey products.
  • Address: 3699 Jockvale Road, Ottawa, ON K2C3H2. Phone: 613-786-1111.  

Ottawa (West Ottawa)

  • Maple Hill Urban Farm – Honey (retail), Turkeys (organic, not-hormone-fed), Honey from hives on the farm, Fresh eggs, porta-potties, picnic area, pony rides, farm animals, birthday parties, and school tours.
  • Address: 200 Moodie Drive, Ottawa, ON K2H 8k6. Phone: 613-828-2987.

Prescott and Russell 

  • Ferme DagenaisUses natural growing practices, Comb honey, Crystallized honey, Raw honeys, Turkeys (organic, not-hormone-fed), Honey from hives on the farm, Fresh eggs, U-pick and already picked, farm animals, school tours.
    Addess: 1155 Stevens Road, Embrun, ON k0a 1w0. Phone: 613-448-3167. 

 

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Comments (9)

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  1. Laurie P says:

    Great list, very helpful for those in the area……now, I wish I could get some!

  2. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    I love local products, it’s like having home-made. I love honey, my granddad used to keep bees and his honey tasted so much better than the store bought honey. 🙂

  3. mrdisco says:

    honey has some great medicinal properties

  4. JaimeeM says:

    Definitely love this! Will be using it next time I visit family

  5. I’ve never tried fresh honey. I bet it’s extra delicious.

  6. Tracy says:

    Thanks for the info! I always try to buy local when possible.

  7. Nikki says:

    A big yet forgotten supplier of local unpasteurized honey is the Glebe Meat Market, just two blocks north of Landsdowne. The owner buys it from a friend of his and I didn’t think I liked honey all that much until I tried theirs. Most of their products are from local suppliers, they are incrediblely supportive of local businesses and farms. I used to work there until I had my baby and decided to become a stay at home mom. The Glebe Meat Market is owned by the most ethical and kind people I’ve ever worked for, please go and support them!

  8. Joseph Assaad says:

    May I also add another local farm: Veggie Trail Farm. operated By Tammy Bannon.
    Veggie Trail Farms, is a Farmers Market….
    And a Bed and Breakfast. Tel: 613-898-7778

    Joseph Assaad

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