Mini Cukes

The perfect size for snacking or adding to lunchboxes (big and small) our Mini Cucumbers taste great and liven up any meal.

  • Delicious, tender and delightful 
  • Easy to grab and go
  • Fun to share
  • Single-serving portions (We pick these little wonders when they’re small!)
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Long English Cukes

Traditional seedless Long English Cucumbers are a mainstay in salads, on sandwiches, or sliced into sticks for dipping.

  • More flavourful than field-grown cucumbers
  • Convenient and versatile
  • Cool and refreshing
  • Fantastic no matter how you slice it!
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Tomatoes on the Vine

Tender skinned and fully ripened, Tomatoes on the Vine add an explosion of taste to any dish.

  • Bright and colourful
  • Ripe and delicious
  • Loaded with vitamin C and antioxidants
  • Nourished until the moment you eat it!
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Beefsteak Tomatoes

Large, round Beefsteak Tomatoes are perfect to slice and serve on top of hamburgers or combined with balsamic and bocconcini.

  • Healthy and hearty
  • Robust taste and texture
  • Perfect when you’re preparing large portions
  • The king of tomatoes
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Storage Tips

All of the produce grown at Big Marble Farms arrives fresh and ready to eat—ideally the same day you buy it. If you have to store it for more than a day, keep these simple tips in mind.

Cukes Are Cool Enough Already

Cucumbers should be be kept out of the refrigerator. They’re best stored at room temperature—away from tomatoes, bananas, melons and other foods that ripen quickly. Chilling them before serving is acceptable, but never refrigerate a cucumber for more than 3 days.

Ripe For Discussion

There are differing opinions on the subject, but high-quality tomatoes that arrive ripe—like the fresh, local tomatoes grown at Big Marble—are less sensitive to cold than traditional field tomatoes. This means you’re safe to store them in your refrigerator. Of course, it’s best to serve them at room temperature—when they’re at their most flavourful and aromatic.