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Windswept Cider is an organic farm based cidery in Grey County, Ontario. Our award winning small batch ciders are crafted from organic, lost orchard and wild foraged fruit. Our lost orchard, single varietal and spontaneous ferment ciders are an expression of the unique terroir in our beautiful Georgian Bay region.
This season we will have a rotating selection of our Single Varietal ciders, organic Lost Orchard cider, Wild Heirloom Perry and organic sparkling Honey Tonics (Jun Kombucha)
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Wheelbarrow Farm was founded in the spring of 2008 on a 10 acre parcel of land northeast of Toronto. An acre of fallow field was ploughed that spring and the growing began. From the outset, our mission has been to grow high quality vegetables with a minimal impact on the environment. The humble wheelbarrow became our symbol and emphasized the human scale of the farm business.
Since then, we’ve expanded the operation and currently grow 8 acres of vegetables, perennials, fruit and nut trees. We now employ four full-time staff and train three apprentices a year. We are still very much committed to our founding mission of growing fresh organic vegetables, building community and restoring the environment in the process.
The West End Food Co-op Kitchen is a Social Enterprise kitchen that is dedicated to bringing diverse groups of people together with local food and farmers.
Calendar: Weekly until July 28
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.