By FruitMeUp MTL

Quebec's Farming Season: A Bounty of Fresh Produce

Quebec is known for its lush landscapes, rich history, and vibrant culture. And when summers around the corner, it's also known for its fresh produce, thanks to the local farming industry. From strawberries to blueberries to corn, Quebec's harvest offers a wide variety of delicious fruits and vegetables to residents and visitors. 

One of the most iconic products of Quebec's farming season is the strawberry. Quebec strawberries are known for their juicy flavor, and are in high demand during the long summer months. Many farms across the province offer pick up options, allowing visitors to get out into the fields and pick their own berries at their freshest state. Whether you're enjoying them fresh or using them to make pies and jams, Quebec strawberries are a staple of the farming season.

Another crop of Quebec's summer season is corn. Quebec is one of the largest producers of corn in all of Canada. The sweet, juicy tastes are a staple of summer barbecues and picnics. These treats can be grilled, boiled, or roasted.

Visiting Quebec's farms and local farmers' markets across the province during the summer months is a great way to connect with the agricultural history and the chance to sample what the province has to offer. Many of these farms offer guided tours, and various other activities for visitors of all ages. Making it a fun and educational experience for the whole family. With all these delicious foods and products to try, were sure you'll leave with a deeper appreciation for Quebec's farming community.