Over the years Peak of the Markets vegetables have been on a constant decline in regards to quality. Mushy black carrots, moldy decayed potatoes, rotten greening onions are just a few of the wonderful delights you can expect to find. But rest assured, you can find Larry McIntosh's face and voice all over the media on any given Sunday. If he would spend half the time focusing on the quality of his vegetables that he does promoting his already over inflated ego, his company might enjoy the benifits of a little more success instead of the downward spiral that has been noticed over the past couple of years.
But hey, "Don't forget to eat your veggies...just not these ones"
These products are grown right in this city so they should be reasonably fresh right? No, they're not. I bought their potatoes lots of times and every time most of the bag is all black and into the middle. Result being most of the potato had to be thrown out.They are NEVER fresh. Instead now I look for USA potatoes because they are always in good condition.If something is grown locally and is way below standards and you can get USA ones in good condition isn't that ridiculous? If anyone here has a good review about this place can't understand why or how. Instead of peak of the markwet they should be called bottom of the market.
Did you know Peak of the Market is a grower-owned “not for profit” vegetable supplier and operates in Manitoba under the Farm Products Marketing Act. Their quality standards exceed the national standards they even have a toll free consumer response line to address any consumer concerns. You can sign up to receive Peak of the Market's FREE recipes bye-mail. They have an annual Peak’s Family Fun Day that’s open to everyone and everything is absolutely FREE with "any" donation to Variety, The Children’s Charity of Manitoba. Variety is close to my families “heart” because my daughter actually had a small heart issue when she was born and we made 3 or 4 trips to Variety to get her checked out. Each time the employees were friendly and helpful. Thankfully we don’t need to go anymore but It’s reassuring that Manitoba has such a great facility.
I really didn't know much of the above but today I took my two kids to the Family day and we enjoyed ALL the activities and yummy food. My daughter must of went on the bouncer castle about 8 separate times! We even took the tour of the Packing and Distribution Centre. I plan to make the family fun Day an annual event in our household.
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