www.afma.caAberfoyle (Local Only) Farmers' Market
23 Brock Rd S, Optimist Rec Centre, Puslinch Open Sat 8-1 Rain or Shine May 25 to October 26, 2019
905-655-4123 Hy-Hope Farm
Farm market with seasonal fruits & veggies, baked goods made from scratch, traditional jams and preserves and an 18 hole golf course with loads more. Open all year round
www.brampton.ca Brampton Farmers’ Market
905-874-2000 Saturdays from June 15 to October 12 7am to 1pm. Downtown Brampton - Main Street North and Main Street South Free public parking in 5 close by municipal parking garages
519-752-8824Brantford Farmers Market
79 Icomm Dr., Brantford N3X 7N9 at Market St S, opposite the Brantford Casimo. We have 34+ vendors year round. www.facebook.com/brantfordfarmersmarket
www.cambridgefarmersmarket.caCambridge Farmers' Market
40 Dickson St. Open Saturdays, Year Round 7:00am-1:00pm. We have something for everyone! Hot-prepared foods, meats, cheese, chutneys, pies, confections, preserves and seasonal vegetables
519-942-0087Orangeville Farmers’ Market
Saturdays 8am-1pm Second Street at Broadway www.orangevillefarmersmarket.ca
905-329-4190 Ridgeway Farmers‘ Market
Saturdays from May 11-Oct 19, 2019. Lots of local produce and products, displayed beside the Friendship Trail in Downtown Ridgeway. www.historicridgeway.com
519-925-2822 Shelburne Farmers’ Market
First Ave West & Owen Sound St., in front of Trinity United Church We grow it, We bake it, We make it! Thursdays, 3-7 pm, May 23-Oct 3
905-682-0642 White Meadows Farms
2519 Effingham St Pelham www.whitemeadowsfarms.com Taste, Shop & Tour Maple Discover Maple Tour Fri & Sat at 10:30am Shop Daily 9-5
905-735-1700 x 4000 Welland Farmers’ Market
Young Street in the heart of downtown Welland. Year round Saturdays 6am-noon. Meat, eggs, produce, baked goods & specialty items. Indoor & outdoor vendors. firstname.lastname@example.org
Finding locally grown, fresh, tasty food in Ontario is becoming easier all the time – and the diversity of the products available is incredible. All throughout the year, there is a constant supply of locally produced meats, eggs, dairy products and greenhouse vegetables available at grocery stores, farmers’ markets, farm retailers, restaurants and community events. With the arrival of spring and summer, the choices are even more plentiful as dozens of long-awaited fruits, vegetables and flowers come into season.
Choosing fresh and delicious local food helps to create jobs and supports our economic growth in Ontario. It also builds a strong sense of community by supporting Ontario’s farmers and businesses. Every time you buy local, you make a positive impact.
Ontario farmers take pride in being good stewards of the land, helping to preserve it for future generations. Buying local also means your food comes from closer to home, and the closer, the fresher!
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