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We hadn't been to the Peterborough Market in years so my husband and I decided, two weeks ago that we would check it out.
We were impressed. We met some vendors who were very helpful. We purchased some of the largest red peppers that I've...More
Sadly not a traditional farmers market like I had expected. Large commercial growers who were quite rude when Iasked questions about their growing practises (chemical use, harvest date, location etc).
I was there a few years ago. Sad compared to them.
We saw mature produce there is no way that is from a local or Ontario producer. Prices are really over the top when Wallymart is selling beautiful and delicious tomatoes from Mexico for 67 cents/lb this week. A lot of food for sale I didn't...More
Like most so called Farmers Markets in Ontario (and around the world actually), this is no longer a true farmers market. You have to search carefully to find real farmers and producers of the stuff being sold. Lots of mass produced herbal “remedies “, acrylic...More
There are some great vendors there---but most of the most ethical ones are also at the Wednesday downtown market. This one has many of them re-selling overpriced fruit and vegetables that they purchase in Toronto. One of them, Kent Farms, was exposed on CBC's Marketplace...More
A great selection of vendors... get the early for fresh bread from the Hard Winter Bread company or taste the best pierogies from A Taste of Russia... that and a ton of other great vendors from farm fresh eggs to fresh vegetables and meats and...More
This has become one of our favourite markets in Canada (so far!) as there are so many to explore. Great selection of produce. The Taste of Russia Perogies are worth the trip alone. And in August we look forward to the explosion of colour from...More
A must go when in the area... such a large outdoor markets with lots of vendors selling locally grown fresh veggies and fruit.. make sure to grab some homemade baked goods... lots of other vendors selling their wares too!!!
The Farmers" market is indoors every Saturday at George and Lansdowne Street. Some vegetable and fruit vendors have organic foods. Some have gluten-free breads, sourdough breads, but you have to get there by 9 am to have any of those available. You can buy organic...More