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TBG Organic Farmers’ Market

The market takes place YEAR-ROUND on Thursdays, 2 to 7 p.m. (The market moves indoors during the winter).
Join us to meet organic farmers and buy local produce, bread, meat, cheese, honey, prepared food, and more! Come for your groceries, stay for dinner with your family. Free parking is available on site. Toronto Master Gardeners are also on hand, providing an Advice Clinic. The library wheels out a cart of previously loved gardening books for you to browse and buy.

NEW: FREE Farmers’ Market Tour & Tasting
First Thursday of the Month, 5:30 p.m.

Take an “insiders” guided tour of the market, meet the farmers, discover what’s in season and learn easy tips for preparing fresh, healthy meals and enjoy complimentary tastings.

OUR MARKET VENDORS (may change based on the seasonal availability)

Golden Bless
With more than 100 years of experience in the production and trading of olive products, Karras Estates produces Golden Bless extra virgin and organic extra virgin olive oil. The olives are hand harvested for quality and not quantity.

Good Food for Good (alternating weeks)
All products are handmade in Toronto using fresh and mostly organic and local ingredients, and contain absolutely no additives or preservatives – real or artificial. Dips, Sauces and Ready-to-eat meals.

Grand River Ecological Growers
Local, sustainably grown, organic food from family farms in the Perth, Waterloo and Wellington Regions of Southwestern Ontario including local fruits and vegetables.

Green Gate Farms
For over 96 years they have raised cattle on their farm outside Kitchener Ontario and retain the same principles —  ethically and naturally raised animals lead to a better quality product. They work with local suppliers to produce their our own feed to ensure their animals receive a well-balanced diet.

Intaba Mountain

Marché 59 & P & H Farms
Showcases certified organic, local, seasonal fruits and vegetables from P & H Farms in Port Hope, and fresh, artisanal bread from worldwide varieties of grains, some gluten free.  In 2009 the P & H Farms received organic certification.  Its vegetable harvest includes Beans, corn, lettuces, melons, peas, radishes, spinach, and squash.  P & H Farms is the operator the Toronto Botanical Garden Cafe located in the historic barn, adjacent to Edwards Gardens.

Molly B’s Gluten-Free Kitchen
A gluten-free commercial bakery, with a variety of products available in stores and restaurants across Canada.

OgaO Trading
A Toronto-based import/export company, specialising in high quality health and beauty herbal products at reasonable prices. Most of products and ingredients originate from Mediterranean countries and Southern Europe. All our products have applicable certificates and attestations.

Potager du Kanada 
A small, diversified farm cultivating organically a wide variety of vegetables and raw honey from bees kept on the property to pollinate vegetable flowers, the wild flowers on the property and those of the neighborhood.

The Bee Shop
Their principal beekeeper Oliver Couto is a member of the Toronto Beekeepers Co-op and one of the instructors of the introductory beekeeping course at the Toronto Botanical Garden. The Bee Shop is the distributors of Dutchman’s Gold and Annie’s Apitherapy. They have been involved in beekeeping for over 11 years,  promoting urban beekeeping and provide talks on Apitherapy, which is healing with bee products.

Trillium Organic Farm
Certified (ProCert) Organic vegetables, herbs, some raspberries, ketchup from their tomatoes, sauerkraut, frozen chicken, eggs.

Toronto Master Gardeners Advice Clinic
Get your questions answered at the free Toronto Master Gardeners Advice Clinic. The Toronto Master Gardeners are volunteers committed to providing the public with horticultural information, education and inspiration. The resources and services available through this site are designed to help Toronto residents use safe, effective, proven and sustainable horticultural practices to create gardens, landscapes and communities that are both vibrant and healthy.

Village Kanteen
At Village Kanteen we strongly believe that since we’re all going to eat for the rest of our life, why not eat well. Their African inspired dishes are created with specially selected herbs and spices, with particular attention paid to taste, scent and texture, creating a deep and diverse range of flavors from sweet to savory and everything in between. Thierr team of Urban Farmers, Community Workers, including a Holistic Chef who is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist, considers the practice of food cultivation, preparation and serving a sacred art. Only natural ingredients as they occur in nature mostly sourced from their gardens or local farmers are utilized; free of chemical additives, dyes, preservatives, artificial flavors or sweeteners.

Wyndvale Heights Farm
A small farm in the Beaver Valley area north of Toronto which borders Georgian Bay and the Niagara Escarpment.  

WINERIES (Rotating schedule)

Tawse Winery
Tawse is a family-owned estate winery situated on the lower slopes of the Niagara Escarpment.  At Tawse we unite traditional winemaking techniques with state-of-the-art technology to create wines of exceptional elegance, depth and character. Our fruit is harvested from old-growth, low-yield vines and gently handled using natural gravity flow and geothermic energy. We apply rigorous organic and biodynamic methods to every aspect of our wine production and Ecocert and Demeter seals now appear on all Tawse vintages made from our biodynamic vineyards.

Frogpond Farm
As Ontario’s first certified organic winery we take pride in crafting premium organic wines using only environmentally sustainable practices.  Since opening in 2001 we have expanded our product line, but remained true to our belief that harmony in nature is the prerequisite for great authentic wine.

Reimer Vineyards
Quality wine hand-crafted by winemaker, Art Reimer, a man passionate about his organic vineyards and his award-winning wines.

INTERESTED IN JOINING OUR MARKET?
If you are interested in participating as a vendor, joining our volunteer market committee, or performing as a musician, please contact the Market Manager

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  8. Mark Trealout

    luxe – are you kidding?! why don’t you come up to my farm here and see what we do, and then try justifying why I should sell my stuff ‘cheap’. I have 3 kids here. They all need to be feed, clothed, dentist, etc. We already live on an income below the ON ‘poverty line’. But perhaps I should charge less because people are bitching…

    Do you get into a taxi cab and try to barter for price? Do you barter with legal or medical professionals? Why is it okay to get a very hard working farmer to sell his/her goods for less?

    Best way to get your food for less – put in some work!

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  10. Eve

    I support u mark! It can’t be easy being a farmer these days and competing with the chemically induced cheap products! It’s not easy to spend more money on food but knowing it is supporting our local farmers & their families, instead of conglomerate companies, makes me more willing to!!! Will stop by soon to check out this market!

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  28. Andria

    You get what you pay for and I for 1 am willing to pay for food on my table that is grown with love and is orgnic. Mark….you don’t need quantity just quality client. I would never undercut my farmers!

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  33. Alicia

    If we could just realize the problem with living in a fast food world where avocados, apples, berries, ect., can be purchased year round, we would start to grasp how valuable local farmers selections really are, regardless of price! Our expectations need to change. Personally, I would chose locally grown… anything – any day of the week – over the alternative.

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  37. Kim

    Hello,
    Was searching the web for farmers markets and came across your market
    wondering if you have space or a need for some meat vendors?
    I raise Scottish Highland Cattle – they are all natural, No corn, No antibiotics, No growth hormones, No steroids
    and they take 3 years before they are ready for market unlike most beef cattle which are processed in half that time or shorter.

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