El Camino Farm

Nicolas Greco

141 Malone Road
Chichester, Quebec J0X 1M0

Our Products

Jams, jellies, pickles, rose tea, naturally grown vegetables, homemade breads, chutneys, ketchup

Unique Items

The unique items we sell come from rose petals.  The rose jelly is our most popular product but we also produce a rose salad dressing, rose syrup and rose tea.  
Most people really enjoy that very special taste of flowers.

History of Our Business

Six years ago we bought a farm.  The old dream was becoming true… Coming from Montreal, it seemed like a nice retirement.
Since then, we’ve never stopped working, and working hard.  The first two years we didn’t have any power.  The third year we finally got solar energy, which was a luxury.
It’s true that our first idea was to eat good vegetables, naturally grown, but we quickly expanded the fields – getting more and more wonderful vegetables.  
It became our passion to develop new products coming from our fields.  To create new recipes to put in jars is a great challenge and our customers encourage us every day.
We will soon have a commercial kitchen to respond to strict regulations of the Quebec province concerning canning jars, as the production has grown so well.
We are also building a greenhouse to provide fresh vegetables year round.

Visit us at our farm.

Open 7 days a week ~ 7am to 9pm.

To Find Us

From the Pembroke Farmers’ Market:
– Take the main street of Pembroke, go east.
– Turn left on Hwy 148 east to go to Quebec.
– Turn left on Pembroke road (follow Allumette Island sign).
– After 11 km, you will pass through Chapeau. Continue straight ahead and cross the bridge to Chichester.
– On the corner of the Lepine Garage, turn left on Chapeau-Sheenboro road.
– Then turn right on Nicabeau road. That road will become Old Nicabeau road. Follow the indications to the Northfork restaurant.
– Before the last turn to reach Northfork, go straight ahead on Malone road for 2 km.
– The El Camino farm will be on the left side of the road.

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