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Food: Dufferin Grove Farmers' Market

Every Thursday 3:00-7:00 all year around

Outdoors around the rinkhouse in summer; in and around the rinkhouse in winter. Dufferin Grove Park rink house (875 Dufferin, S of Bloor), across from the Dufferin Mall. The rink house is in the northwest corner of the park, just off Dufferin. The closest subway stop is Dufferin Station (one block north). The Dufferin buses, both northbound and southbound, stop every three minutes right outside the rink house.

Contact
Phone: 416-392-0913
email market@dufferinpark.ca

Parking

You are very likely to get a ticket if you park illegally on Dufferin Park Ave., the little street leading into the park. Please obey the signs. Just a short walk away, across from St. Mary's High School on the north side of the park, there are special signs allowing parking on Thursdays for market hours. Please use those spots or other legal ones in the area.

Vendor Listing

Akiwenzie's Fish: Andrew and Natasha Akiwenzie bring fresh & Smoked Georgian Bay Fish.

Alli's: Organic breads include Sweet Potato, 5-Grain, Potato-Rosemary and Foccacia. Gluten-free products and small edibles, including Jalapeno Screamers, are also available.

Bees Universe : John and Irina Alecu keep bees in 10 different yards close to wild flower fields and conservation areas, between Toronto and Barrie. They sell honey, honey comb, bee pollen, propolis (raw and tincture), fresh frozen royal jelly, beeswax candles and also live bees.

Beretta Organics (certified organic): Mike and Cynthia Beretta farm in King township, an hour north of Toronto. They bring beef, pork, turkey, chicken and deli items to the market. Pre-orders are accepted up to 1:00 Tuesday.

Bestbaa Farm: Peter and Nicole Bzikot offer Plain Yogourt, Maple Yogourt, Feta, Ramembert, Brebettes, Eweda & other cheeses, of course all from sheep milk. Lamb, too. Best Baa will also be scooping many flavours of sheep's milk ice cream throughout the summer.

ChocoSol : Michael Sacco and Mathieu are horizontal traders and chocolatiers, who bring cacao beans, coffee and more from Oaxaca.

Clement's Crepes : Tim Clément's crépes are hand-spun with organic whole wheat flour, organic free-range eggs, whole milk, sea salt, and ingredients from the market farmers. Both sweet and savoury crépes are served piping hot, with ever-changing seasonal fruit and vegetable fillings, and now there are burritos, too.

Country Meadows Gardens (certified organic): Angelos Kapelaris grows heirloom tomatoes, keeps laying hens, presses goat cheese, and brings olives and oil from his family's farm in Greece.

Deer Valley (Venison) Farm: a family-operated farm surrounded by Grand River Conservation Authority, in Amaranth Township, Ontario. Their red deer are free to roam year-round where they graze on organic pastures seasonally. In winter they are fed hay, grain & minerals. No genetically modified organisms, chemicals or growth promoters are used in rearing the animals or on the land. They offer a variety of venison cuts including breakfast & bbq sausages & burgers.

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: grapeskin-sourdough, rye sourdough, Italian rosemary, Italian olive, artisan 6-grain, artisan pumpkinseed-sesame, raisin and others, along with cinnamon buns and pizzas with market toppings.

Earthly Paradise: (Fall and Winter) 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.

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 supply the market with Ontario flour from CIPM farm near Stirling.

Feast of Fields Farm: near Jordan ON, Demeter-certified since 1996, and now also Local Flavour Plus certified. Laura Sabourin grows grapes, pears, peaches, raspberries, and blackberries. She also makes grape juice and preserves.

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