The organic produce route

Le routes des délices bio
Ferme communautaire Betterêve de Hudson

Pure goodness from our land

Discover scores of certified, organically produced local products along this itinerary. From Hudson to Pointe-Fortune, passing close to Mont Rigaud, this route makes for an ideal family day out in the country. To know what seasonal fruits and vegetables are available, we recommend contacting the various producers before heading out.

From Hudson to Très-Saint-Rédempteur

Time

½ day

# of stops

4 stops

Distance

39 km

Stops

  • 1 Ferme communautaire Betterêve de Hudson
  • 2 Le Verger de Hudson Bio
  • 3 Bleuetière biologique Au Fin Délice
  • 4 Ferme Les Petites écores

Ferme communautaire Betterêve de Hudson 1

723, Rue Main Hudson Québec J0P 1H0

519-703-2605

Thanks to a partnership between the Hudson Food Collective and the town of Hudson, the Heartbeet Community Farm came to be on municipal agricultural land across from Thompson Park on Main Street in Hudson. There you'll find a wide variety of certified organic vegetables, fruits, flowers and herbs. Visiting is also an opportunity to learn about organic farming with the family, and to participate in workshops and events. The managers of the farm will welcome you with a variety of more than 40 cultivated vegetables, to discover and taste. You can subscribe to the seasonal vegetable basket and receive fresh products every week directly from the farm. This is a great way to contribute to the food collective while savoring products that are full of vitamins and are ecological, healthy and just.

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Le Verger de Hudson Bio 2

839, Rue Main Hudson Québec J0P 1H0

450-458-0163

Discover a farm that grows its fruits without using chemicals or pesticides, run by a young family passionate about modern techniques and healthy, bio produce. This small orchard is situated in picturesque Hudson, where it grows 12 varieties of apples and supports a growing bee colony that works hard to keep the trees pollinated and fruitful. The apple trees grow in rich clay soil, sheltered by the ideal microclimate provided by Lac des Deux-Montagnes just across the road. Visitors will love trying out rare and unknown types of apples, not your usual Red Delicious and Royal Galas! The delicious honey produced by the farm’s bees is flavoured by the flowers blossoming in and around Hudson, providing a real treat to anyone with a sweet tooth. During the autumn apple season, Le Verger de Hudson organizes many special events and is open for apple-picking; on your way out, stop by the farm shop for gourmet finds and tastings. This year, the orchard has a tin-roofed pavilion for outdoor events, a one-day yoga and apple-picking retreat, and as always, their apples, honey, and other products will be available at events around the region.

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Bleuetière biologique Au Fin Délice 3

1106, Chemin Saint-Henri Très-Saint-Rédempteur Québec J0P 1P1

450-459-4444

Venture into the western part of the region, where rolling fields and pastoral views will take your breath away. Here, in Très-Saint-Rédempteur, you will find an exceptional organic blueberry patch nestled in a maple grove. The farm is the result of two passions, one for maple production, and the other for blueberries, and the owners are proud to share their knowledge and the fruits of their labours with all their guests. Pick your own berries in this oasis of peace, discovering nine different varieties that will give you a whole new appreciation of this super fruit. Near the Ontario border, Au Fin Délice is easy to reach from Montréal or Ottawa, and all points in between. If picking your own blueberries is not for you, the boutique has plenty of freshly-picked berries to bring home for pies, jams, smoothies, or for enjoying on their own. The boutique also sells maple syrup products from syrup collected on site and a variety of unique blueberry baked goods, spreads, and irresistible chocolate-covered blueberries.

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Ferme Les Petites écores 4

547, Chemin des Outaouais Pointe-Fortune Québec J0P 1N0

438-274-0183

Family-owned and operated since 2009, Les Petites Écores Farm has focused their hard work on producing honey from their own apiaries, as well as the little-known sea buckthorn berry. Situated in Pointe-Fortune, right on the border of Quebec and Ontario, it's the perfect country stop on the road from Ottawa to Montreal. Nature lovers and devoted farmers, the owners of Les Petites Écores Farm are proud to teach visitors all about the bees, their wonderful products, as well as about the sea buckthorn berry, a fruit with a growing reputation for its healthy qualities. Cyclists are especially welcome, as they are welcome to leave their cars at the farm and ride off on the charming country roads surrounding the farm. To find bike routes in the area, consult the bike section.

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