Our Vendors

For the 2017 season, we have lined up an exciting roster of farmers, food producers, and wineries. Look for them weekly, biweekly, or monthly – and stay tuned to our social media for pop-up vendor specials!

For more information on our regular vendors, check out below.


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Bees Universe offers a wide variety of natural bee products, from the most common and well known to the ones really hard to obtain.We sell our products in several markets across Greater Toronto Area. Some of them are open only during the warm months (May to October), some are open every week of the year. Our beeyards are located in the neighbourhood of wild flower fields, between Toronto and Innisfil, (10km south of Barrie). At the market every week.

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At Bizjak Farms our goal is to provide high quality, sustainable, local produce to the customer.  We specialize in growing tree-ripened fruit, allowing for more time to ripen to maximize nutrient value and better taste. We are LFP certified and practice sustainable farming methods and crop management practices while integrating organic methods with conventional methods and only use conventional products when necessary. Bizjak Farms is a multi-generational family owned business, established in 1973 and now owned and operated by Milan Bizjak. At the market every week starting late June.

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de la terre bakery specializes in organic artisan breads and pastries. de la terre is deeply committed to foregrounding locally produced foods and their producers, as well as encouraging consumer support of organic and sustainable agricultural practices. In this spirit, we use biodegradable and compostable take-out containers, cutlery, and napkins. We purchase our flour and produce from small independent farmers wherever possible. At the market every week.

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FeastofFields

Feast of Fields has been certified by Demeter Canada since 1996. The biodynamic method goes beyond organic in a sincere effort to enliven the farm entity through growing in harmony with nature and working towards the goal of a self sufficient farm entity. We offer a variety of seasonal fruit, including berries, apples, grapes and more!  At the market every week starting late June.

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Fiddlehead Farm is an ecological farm operating a five acre market garden.  We strive to better our local community, environment, and taste buds through sustainable farming practices that nourish the soil and all that depend on it.  We distribute our produce through our CSA and Farmers’ Market locations.  Our farm team is here to help you eat well and live tastier. At the market every week.

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The Fifth Town Artisan Cheese Company is a privately owned, environmentally and socially responsible enterprise producing fine hand made cheeses using fresh, locally produced goat and sheep milk. The Fifth Town brand, which aims to integrate traditional methods, contemporary tastes, and craftsmanship ethics with local terroir. Situated on 20 acres of agricultural land on the eastern ridge of Prince Edward County, the 4800 square foot Fifth Town dairy processing, retail and educational facility enhances the practice of artisan cheese making with advanced sustainable design.  At the market every week.

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HogtownCharcuterie

At Hogtown Charcuterie, we are dedicated to producing the best tasting artisanal charcuterie possible, using ethically raised animals sourced from small local farms. We believe in transparency in the food business and will gladly discuss the source of our meats as well as the techniques and ingredients used in our production. At the market every week.

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King’s Court Estate Winery is a seven-generation, family-owned and operated winery situated in Southern Ontario, with its roots in Germany. Ours is a family that loves making wine and loves making people smile when they taste our wine. Our superb selection of Ontario wines is available to you to enjoy all year long, and this year at JFM! Ontario’s rich viticulture areas produce over 80% of Canada’s domestically grown Ontario wine from over 17,000 acres of wine grape vineyards. Wine products include dry white, red wines, sparkling wines, dessert wines, fortified wines and of course, Late Harvest and icewines. At the market once a month.

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Leaning Post wines take you to that beginning by finding small, unique plots of land in Niagara and putting them in bottle. Because after stripping away all the fancy buildings and high-tech equipment you are left with a place on this earth that grows wine unlike any other. When you taste that in a glass you just know it. At the market once a month.

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Mnandi Pies was born out of nostalgia of a time when the owner, Evis Chirowamhangu, was growing up in Zimbabwe.  Meat pies are a very popular street food and snack in Zimbabwe. Evis grew up in a large family which made it financially difficult for her parents to afford any luxuries and at the time, meat pies were definitely a luxury.  Once in a while, her mother would be able to afford to buy a pie that she would cut 9 times to give all her kids a taste. It is that taste that stayed with Evis. When she moved to Canada, she couldn’t find anything like the Zimbabwean Pie on the market. And therefore she set out to make her own, thus, Mnandi Pies was born. Mnandi Pies aims to entice food lovers in the Toronto area with pies inspired by the Zimbabwean Cuisine. The pies are made from locally sourced ingredients and seasoned with spices imported from Zimbabwe to give them a very distinct, delicious taste. At the market every other week starting June 3. 

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Manning Canning produces a range of preserves, jams, jellies and shrubs from local ingredients. Christine Manning learned the craft of canning as a child from her mother and her Nonna, with family recipes brought over from Friuli region of Italy. After 15 years of successful marketing career, she started preserving again in her off hours to unwind. In reworking family recipes, and creating new ones, Christine never forgot her Nonna’s cardinal rules: use only the best ingredients, keep it simple and don’t take shortcuts. Today, making small batches by hand using local ingredients allows Manning Canning to ensure quality and deliver a product that stands out because, as people always tell her “It tastes like it should!” At the market once a month.

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Mo’ Rockin’ at this years Junction Market will be presenting a new from scratch menu from week to week, encompassing many varieties of international cuisine. From Thailand to Italy to New Orleans and Mexico to Morocco. All with one goal in mind, to present a healthy and flavourful take on Canadian comfort food. Every week will feature a breakfast item, a fresh salad, a carnivorous dish with a vegetarian equivalent, and a little something sweet. At the market every other week starting May 27. 

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At Oakridges Finest Farm, our mission is to provide customers with the peace of mind that they are purchasing produce that is healthy for themselves and the earth. Our goal is to produce and sell chemical and pesticide-free fruit and vegetables. At the market every other week.

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Pasta Tucci is the first & only vegan fresh flavoured pasta company in Toronto, ON. All their fresh pasta is made with the highest quality & local Ontario ingredients. At the market every other week starting May 27.

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Small Spade Inc. is a 6.5 acre family farm located 2 hours northeast of Toronto.  Our focus is on growing heirloom and rare varieties of salad greens, tomatoes and small root crops like beet, radish and turnip.  We also grow baby ginger in our passive solar hoop-houses.  Our small herd of Dwarf Nigerian Dairy goats provide us with manure for our market garden, and our soil is tested yearly and remineralized, resulting in nutrient-dense produce.  We look forward to meeting you and your family at the Junction Farmer’s Market!  At the market every week.

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Stanners Vineyard is a small family-run vineyard dedicated to making great wines in the idyllic setting of Hillier, in Prince Edward County. Our winemaker Colin is producing polished, complex, award winning wines, allowing the vintage and terroir to speak clearly and with purity. Our vineyard is managed using sustainable farming practices and our wine is produced in an energy efficient straw bale building. We lovingly produce just 1000 cases per year so you will not find our wine in the LCBO. Check for us at your favourite restaurants and farmer’s markets or come and visit us at our straw-bale winery and share in our enjoyment of wine! At the market once a month.

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Sweet Natured Organics is a small family-run business that operates north west of Waterloo. With 50 acres of maple trees and 2,200 taps, we produce liquid gold!‎ We do not spray any pesticides on the trees, nor do we put any non organic fertilizer on or in the soil. Our organic pure Ontario maple syrup and maple syrup products come from one single forest. Whether or not you are one with discerning tastes, this is important. We can pinpoint the exact trees your delicious grade ‘A’ maple syrup comes from! At the market once a month.

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Tapioca Toronto offers a perfect breakfast or brunch option for your Saturday morning at the market. It is a unique meal traditionally made by the natives of the Brazilian Amazon from cassava flour, a type of flatbread that is vegan and gluten/grain free.  We use the tapioca bread shell and fill it with local savoury and sweet toppings creating a healthy, substantial and affordable meal.  Vegan and vegetarian options are available to accommodate those with dietary restrictions. At the market every week. 

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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. Tawse was named ‘Canadian Winery of the Year’ by Canadian Wine Access Magazine in 2010, 2011 and 2012!  Our winemaker Paul Pender was named Winemaker of the Year in 2011 at the Ontario Wine Awards. At the market once a month.

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TC’s Tibetan Momos has been serving momos, the delicious Tibetan dumpling, at farmers markets in Toronto since 2013. The Tibetan term “momo” is widely known and used in Tibet, Nepal and the Northern Himalayan region in India, and they can be made with a variety of meat and/or vegetables. There is a range of ingredients and styles of preparing momos in different parts of the region. TC’s Tibetan Momos prioritizes ingredients from local farmers, and serves their momos with homemade hot sauce and pickled cabbage. At the market every other week starting June 3.

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TwinCreeks

Twin Creeks Farm is a small diverse family farm, located on the rolling hills of the Niagara Escarpment, nestled in the northern head waters of the Big Head River which flows into Georgian Bay at the town of Meaford. We are proud to offer Certified Naturally Grown vegetables and grass fed meat. We consider our farm produce to be Beyond Organic. Our animals have 100% access to fresh green grass throughout our growing season. We use organic and sustainable growing methods and our farm and our produce is Certified Naturally Grown. Livestock, hay, grains and vegetables grown at Twin Creeks are primarily heritage breeds and varieties with absolutely no pesticides, chemical fertilizers, hormones, or GMO technology. All meats are corn and soy free. At the market every week.

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Wheelbarrow Farm is located an hour north east of Toronto on 10 acres of rolling field and forest. We grow mixed organic vegetables and raise heritage breeds of pigs on pasture. Our mission is to build an environmentally sustainable farm that participates in a more just and equitable local food economy.  At the market every week.

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WilloWind

Willo’Wind is a family farm committed to sustainable farming practices that promote stewardship of the land to preserve it for future generations. We believe in nurturing small farm rural culture and giving consumers a direct connection to a delicious, healthy and safe local food source. At the market every week.