Dufferin Grove Organic Farmers’ Market
Location: 875 Dufferin St., (South of Bloor across from the Dufferin Mall.), 416-392-0913
Thursday. 3pm-7pm, year round.
Join local farmers for an excellent selection of fresh, mostly local and organic vegetables, fruits, baked goods (including vegan pies, squares and cookies), grains, fair trade coffee and chocolate, and much more. Ying Yin’s Organic Gourmet Tofu have a booth giving samples and selling goods. In the warmer months Earth & City have a booth selling raw, vegan delights.
Evergreen Brick Works Farmers’ Market
Location: 550 Bayview Ave., 416-596-1495
Saturdays 8am to 1pm
“The Evergreen Brick Works Farmers’ Market is more than a local food market. It is a celebration of the diverse communities working together to build a sustainable food system from the ground up. We promote organic and GMO-free foods, as well as markets where rural food producers and urban consumers both benefit from fair trade and a vibrant local food economy.” Free shuttle from Broadview Station.
The Stop’s Farmers’ Market / Wychwood Barns
76 Wychwood (South of St Clair at Christie), 416-651-7867
Saturday – 8 am-12pm (1pm in warmer months), year around
“Named Toronto’s best Farmers’ Market by NOW Magazine, amazes every week with its array of tasty, seasonal Ontario food. The market supports local agriculture by encouraging our farmers to grow as sustainably as possible, and many of our farms are certified organic”
St. Lawrence Farmers Market
92 Front St. E. (at Jarvis), 416-392-7219
Location: North Farmer’s Market: Saturday – 5am-3pm
Location: South Market: Tuesday-Thursday – 8am/6pm Friday- 8am-7pm Saturday starting at 5 am-5pm, year around
The South Market contains over 50 specialty vendors, including Ying Ying Organic Gourmet Tofu and Cruda Cafe.
The North Market features a huge Farmers’ Market on Saturdays starting at 5am – a tradition begun on this site in 1803 and continuing today. Over 50 local farmers and producers bring their seasonal produce and other items to market in the city. Several stalls carry organic products.
Sorauren Farmers’ Market
Location: South end of Sorauren Park at Sorauren and Wabash, south of Dundas, 416-533-6363
Monday from 3pm – 7pm
“Our mandate is to support and promote local and urban sustainable agriculture, and educate the community in the foods they eat. As part of our commitment to local food, preference is given to Greenbelt farmers, and we actively promote new farmers and small, local and sustainable producers. We offer a full selection of local, organic, and sustainable vegetables, fruits, artisan cheeses, and flour/grain products, and more – with 20 vendors, more than half of which from the Greenbelt and GTA foodshed. There is also a selection of prepared foods made locally with locally grown and processed ingredients. We encourage walking, cycling or TTC to get to the Market. Volunteers welcome.“
Riverdale Farm Farmers’ Market
Location: 201 Winchester St., 416-392-6794
Tuesdays, 3pm-7pm, Please Verify Online
“We are a neighbourhood market striving to be as organic as possible. You will find fresh seasonal vegetables and fruit brought to market by the farmers who grew them as well as delicious prepared food, bread and baked goods. We have vendors specializing in vegetarian and gluten-free products. Eating in season is important to us.”
Trinity Bellwoods Farmers’ Market
Location: 241-257 Shaw St.
Tuesdays 3pm-7pm, May 19 to Oct 27 – Please Verify Online
South side of Dundas between Crawford and Shaw. “OUR MANDATE is to support and promote local and urban sustainable agriculture. To educate the community in the foods they eat, the source from which it comes and how it is grown and/or prepared. To increase community access to healthy, local, organic and naturally grown produce. We support slow food – to gather regional foods, taking it home to cook and eat your meal at hearth and home with your loved ones. The limited prepared foods available are there to enhance the slow food.