Cookstown Greens

Cookstown Greens SELECT

Cookstown Greens SELECT certified organic vegetables are grown collaboratively by a small group of local family farms to standards set by Cookstown Greens. With additional product options and larger sizes, Select is an ideal quality organic choice for families.

Affordable, high quality organic vegetables for families, grown by 4 small family farms

We want to provide a viable, local and affordable organic option for families who want to serve better quality food at their table.

We sought out 3 certified organic farmers who share the same values in farming and produce great vegetables to help grow for Cookstown Greens Select.

Quality and Traceability

To ensure quality and traceability, all produce is grown by standards set by Cookstown Greens and everything is washed and packaged at our farm. 

From our Families to Yours  

We are excited to be working with our Select partners to give families the opportunity to buy high quality, local, certified organic vegetables, and to know where their food is coming from.


Meet Your Cookstown Greens SELECT Farmers


McBrides Organic Farm

McBrides Organic Farm is located in the heart of Oro Medonte, in Simcoe County. The farm is operated by Doug and Sharon McBride who have been growing a variety of organic vegetables for 21 years on their 12 acre garden, and raise grass-fed beef. 

McBrides Organic Farm

Williams Farm is a second generation farm near Midland, Ontario run by John Williams with the help of his wife Suzanne and sons Jackson and Oliver. They grow organic root vegetables and maple syrup. Williams Farm has rolling terrain, small fields with wooded fencerows, and a bounty of wildlife.

Williams Farm

Rose Mountain Farm, located near Everett, Ontario is operated by Isaiah Swidersky. Isaiah, his wife Tanja and their son Jakob live and work on the farm. They specialize in organic potatoes and raise pastured lamb. 

Rose Mountain Farm

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What Our Customers Say:

  • Thanks to your lovely food. The freshness of the vegetables gives this [kale] salad its zing and zap.
    Joanne, Toronto

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Why is Local Organic Produce More Expensive?

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