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DeMille’s Farm Market Sweet Corn & Produce



Sure, it’s a farm and a market but really, in the Shuswap food scene, it’s so much more. The DeMille’s family has been farming for three generations, relocating from California to Salmon Arm in the seventies. From humble beginnings, a few rows of corn and a roadside sign, to the local agricultural anchor they’ve become, DeMille’s showcases not only their farm products, a wide selection of pesticide free and organic produce, but dozens and dozens of goods from local producers, vintners, brewers and distillers. Purveyors of vast quantities of flats of local berries, stone fruits and vegetables, it’s a canners’ and preservers’ paradise. Leave room in the trunk to take home your share of the Shuswap finest fare.

A daily dose of food festival fun, DeMille’s features a petting zoo, a seasonal corn maze, a deli, an ice-cream stand, a bakery and a garden centre. It’s a one stop epicurean shop. In recent years, a permanent food truck and harvest campsites have been added to the large parking area. Best known for its sweet corn and pumpkins, DeMille’s continues to deliver on its year-round commitment to fresh, healthy, local food and family fun. 


3710 10 Ave SW
Salmon Arm, BC
V1E 3K1

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  • Monday8 AM – 8 PM
  • Tuesday8 AM – 8 PM
  • Wednesday8 AM – 8 PM
  • Thursday8 AM – 8 PM
  • Friday8 AM – 8 PM
  • Saturday8 AM – 8 PM
  • Sunday8 AM – 8 PM

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About Shuswap

A relatively undiscovered food lovers’ paradise awaits. Welcome to the Shuswap in BC’s Interior. 

Tucked slightly north of the Okanagan, east of the Thompson, and south of the Columbia in British Columbia’s interior, the region offers a four season climate, warmer than its northern neighbours’ winters and more temperate than the Thompson Okanagan summers. The growing conditions are ideal and the region, with a population of 60,000, is two and a half times the size of Prince Edward Island. Agriculturally rich, the Shuswap boasts over 600 farms, or one for every 100 residents, and shares the four arms of Shuswap Lake that has over 1,000 kilometres of shoreline. Nestled between the valleys, hills and mountains, the Shuswap features almost as many hiking, cycling and skiing trails as the lakeshore itself.

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