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Akiwenzie's Fish: Andrew and Natasha Akiwenzie are known for their fresh & Smoked Georgian Bay Fish. They have a blog to keep you up to date on fishing conditions and what's new: Contact: Email:

Bees Universe : John and Irina Alecu keep bees on their farm near Innisfil, and in other bee yards close to wild flower fields and conservation areas. They sell honey, honey comb, bee pollen, propolis (raw and tincture), fresh frozen royal jelly, and beeswax candles. In addition, they have an on-farm egg grading station, and bring their own eggs to the market. (Year-round.) See the vendor notebook entry

Contact: Phone: 416-819-2337 | Email: | Website:

Beretta Organics (certified organic): brings beef, pork, turkey, chicken, lamb and deli items to the market. (Year-round.) Pre-orders are accepted up to 1:00 Tuesday. See the vendor notebook entry

Contact: Phone: 416-674-5609 | Website: | This month's order form: Order Form

Bestbaa Farm: Peter and Nicole Bzikot offer Milk, Yogurt, Feta, Ricotta, Ramembert, Brebettes, Eweda & other cheeses, of course all made from sheep milk. Best Baa also sells sheep's milk ice cream throughout the summer. (Outdoor season.)

Contact: Phone: 519-848-5694 | Email: Nicole at

Brixton Grill: Jacob Saphra makes vegan BBQ, featuring seasonal market veggies, and homemade seitan sausages and burgers. Vegan ice cream cookie sandwiches and other treats, too. (Outdoor season.)

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ChocoSol:artisanal, dark eating and drinking chocolate (without dairy, soy or nuts, and vegan) made in Toronto using organic, forest garden, shade-grown cacao, sourced directly from indigenous communities in the Lacondon Jungle of Chiapas and the Oaxacan mountains of Southern Mexico. ChocoSol also offers other sustainably grown ingredients that are sourced directly from farmers (such as coffee, cacao nibs, agave, and vanilla pods). (Year-round.) In the outdoor season, ChocoSol makes tasty filled tortillas at the market.

See the vendor notebook entry

Contact: Phone: 416-923-6675 | Website: | Email:

Country Meadows Gardens (certified organic): Angelos and Linda Kapelaris grow heirloom tomatoes, keep laying hens, press goat cheese, and bring olives and oil from Angelos' family farm in Greece. (Year-round.) See the vendor notebook entry and a Picture Gallery >>

Contact: Phone: 905-478-1201 | Website:

DeFloured: Krista Tobias and Chris Brown make 100% gluten-free galettes, loaves, quiches, cookies and brownies that are delicious enough for everyone, featuring a seasonal selection of local and mainly organic ingredients. (Year-round.) Contact:

Dufferin Grove Bakers community oven bread: (not certified: all flour and seeds and grains are certified organic but the oven is not certified). Breads include: rye sourdough, rosemary, Italian olive, artisan 6-grain, artisan pumpkinseed-sesame, raisin and others, along with cinnamon buns, soups, salads and snacks. In the outdoor season, the park bakers make focaccia with market toppings.

Contact: Phone: 416-392-0913

Earth and City: Cassandra Rizotto and Lisa Sweetman and their team of helpers make fresh, raw, vegan wraps, rice bowls, dips and sweets, as well as a variety of beverages, using lots of ingredients from local farms. (Outdoor season.) Contact: Phone: 647-801-0449 | Email: Website:

Earthly Paradise:(Fall) Each plant used in Earthly Paradise's products is organically grown by us or sourced from ethical companies that share our vision of a beautiful and bountiful planet. Nourish your skin and your spirit with our products: Creams, Salves, Products for the Face, Teas. Contact Colette Murphy.

Contact: Phone: 416-504-1653 | Email: | Website:

Evelyn's Crackers: Dawn Woodward and Ed Rek bring savoury artisanal crackers, named in honour of their daughter, Evelyn, and made with local, organic and fair trade ingredients. They also make granola, shortbread, cookies and muffins featuring Ontario whole grains. (Outdoor season.) Contact: Phone: 647-448-0731 | Email: | Website:

Fish Shak: Ali Harris makes wild fish sandwiches, fish fritters and rotis, using many of farmer Ted Thorpe's vegetables. He also blends fresh and healthy juices and other cold drinks in summer and makes hot beverages in winter. (Year-round.)

Contact: Phone: 647-778-4341

Floralora: Sas Long grows a beautiful variety of blooms on her farm in Prince Edward County, and brings bouquets to market each week when she delivers to her flower CSA customers. (Outdoor season.)

Forbes Wild Foods: (natural wild foods from Canadian sources) Seth Goering offers dried wild mushrooms, wild rice, maple sugar, preserved wild foods, jams, mustards, chestnut flour, and more. Depending on the season, you'll find wild leeks, fresh mushrooms, nuts, and even Ontario pawpaws on the table. (Year-round.)

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JK Fries: Micah, Jackson and Nile Kennedy make fresh-cut french fries with a choice of mayos. (Outdoor season.)

Kind Organics: Tamas and Sandra Dombi are partners in the co-creation of Kind Organics, originally formed in the year 1999 as a Demeter Certified Bio-Dynamic/Organic Farm in King Township. They are now located 40 minutes north of Toronto in the Holland Marsh. Kind Organics uses organic farming techniques only and is moving towards bio-dynamic farming. They grow Salad Blends, Sprouts, Wheat Grass, Micro Greens, Fine Culinary Herbs, Edible Flowers and various kinds of Baby Greens. They also make water kefir, tinctures and teas. (Year-round.) Contact: Phone: 416-992-1444 | | Website and blog signup:

Knuckle Down Farm is a mixed-use organic farm focused primarily on the production of vegetables. Jenny Cook has been farming full time since 2010 and is now Knuckling Down near Stirling, growing food in a way that delights the palate, nourishes the soil and cultivates the future. (Outdoor season.)

Contact: Phone: 647-928-KALE (5253) | Email: | Website:

Marvellous Edibles: Ayse Akoner and Jens Eller operate a certified organic farm on the Niagara Escarpment, near Meaford. They produce some of almost everything: vegetables, baking, preserves, pastured meats, and more. (Year-round.)

(Colette) Murphy: Spring and Summer, see Urban Harvest. For fall, see Earthly Paradise

Contact: Phone: 416-504-1653 | Email: | Websites:,

Niagara Lavender Farms: Debbie Wiecha is a third-generation fruit farmer who produces a wide variety of tender tree fruits, berries, and lavender. Certified organic. (Outdoor season.) Contact: Phone: 905-468-7482 | Email:

Pine River Organic Farm: (certified organic)Bob Felhazi has a large asparagus planting, greenhouses, raspberries, and many varieties of vegetables on his farm near Alliston. His helpers Charles and Ilil represent him at the market. (Outdoor season.) Contact: Phone: 705-424-0917

Plan B Organics: in West Flamborough, ON. Melanie Golba and brothers Alvaro and Rodrigo Venturelli have a fifty-acre farm of which 18 -20 acres are used to grow mixed organic vegetables to supply their CSA and markets. Another part of their land is a reforestation project. See the vendor notebook entry

Contact: Phone: 905-659-2572 | Email: | Website:

Shared Harvest Community Farm, Dunnville, ON: (certified organic) Kevin Hamilton manages this farm near the shores of Lake Erie, growing a wide range of organic vegetables, including unusual and heritage varieties. Look for lots of healthy ferments made from farm produce, and fresh & dried herbs on the table as well. (Almost year-round.)

Contact: phone: 905-701-7255 | Website:

Sosnickis Organic Produce, Waterford, ON (south of Brantford): (certified organic) Ben and Jessie Sosnicki grow wheat, cabbages, corn, potatoes, tomatoes, kale, and many more vegetables. (Outdoor season.) Visit their blog for regular news from the farm:

See the vendor notebook entry | See the picture gallery from June, 2004>> | See the picture gallery from September, 2004>>

Contact: Phone: 519-443-5903 | Email: | Website:

Spade and Spoon is owned and operated by Blythe Weber and Adam Smith. Blythe grew up farming with her family near Ayton. The farm is a mixed operation, currently in transition to organic certification. They grow vegetables and fruits on the farm to make the many varieties of chutneys, pickles, jams and other preserves which they bring to the market.

Contact: | Website:

Tapioca Gourmet makes gluten-free Brazilian-style tapioca pancakes with market-sourced fillings. (Outdoor season.)

Thorpe's Organic Produce: near Millgrove, ON. Ted Thorpe, a fourth-generation Ontario vegetable-farmer, has a 32 acre-farm, of which 20 acres is a market garden. He grows all kinds of vegetables and herbs. (Year-round.)

See the vendor notebook entry

Contact: Phone: 905-689-2114.

Ujamaa Farm is a project of Afri-Can Food Basket, training farmers on FarmStart's McVean Farm and at Black Creek Community Farm. Anan Lololi and other growers bring a wide variety of vegetables to market. (Outdoor season.)

Urban Harvest:(Spring and Summer) Urban Harvest is dedicated to providing its customers with seedlings and garden supplies that promote ecological diversity and preserve the health of our planet. Our plant seeds and garden supplies are specially chosen for their qualities by seasoned urban gardeners. All of our seedlings are grown in or near the greater Toronto area to support our local economy. Contact Colette Murphy.

Contact: Phone: 416-504-1653 | Email: | Website:

VQA Wines: as part of a two-year pilot project, we have four wineries at the market on a rotating basis, bringing local, organic wines from Niagara region. Current participants are Frogpond Farm, Reimer Vineyards, Southbrook, and Tawse. (Outdoor season.)

Waymac Mushrooms: Erika and Andrew McIlmoyle bring shiitake and three colours of oyster mushrooms from their farm near Peterborough. (Outdoor season.)

Wildlife Gardening: Crystal Bradford and Liam Kijewski bring a wide variety of native species perennials and shrubs to market in spring and summer, and offer advice and landscaping services for ecological gardening projects.

Ying Ying Soy Food: Ming and Christy make many delicious varieties of tofu, using traditional, artisanal methods, and non-GMO, organically grown soy. If you've only eaten supermarket tofu, come taste the difference. (Year-round.) Contact: Phone: 905-847-5592 | Website:

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