Vendors

Milton Farmers’ Market Vendors

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Hillary Johnson

I am a local entrepreneur in Milton. I attended George Brown College Culinary Program and worked in industrial kitchens for many years. At the Milton Farmers' Market I sell gourmet cupcakes, cookies along with refreshing homemade lemon iced tea. We are looking forward to another successful season.

32
customized cupcakes and cookies
May
Not open to the public
416-721-1783
Maria Perre

We offer cut flowers, potted plants, herbs (potted & fresh cut), silk arrangements(saddles), pussy willows & dried bouquets.

43-44
cut flowers, potted plants, herbs (potted & fresh cut)
May
Not open to the public
905-876-0484
Doug Vaux
25
meat pies, soups
May
Not open to the public
905-875-2962
Anne Gallant

30 varieties of hangers and patio pots and tomato plants.  Produce comes from our family farm.

29-30
vegetables, flowers & plants
May
508 10th Concession Road East, Freelton L0R 1K0
905-875-2962
Bert Andrews

Our new Mennonite constructed barn houses our 3200 sq. ft. farm market.  At our farm market we have the same ready picked fruit and vegetables that are available in the field.  In our farm shop we have Andrews Scenic Acres scrumptious jams, jellies, pies and tarts.  Wonderful honey, maple syrup, juices and frozen fruit are well stocked.  We also have gift baskets and gift items.

The shops biggest hit is our frozen yogurt and ice cream which we produce before your eyes using our farm frozen strawberries, raspberries, blueberries elderberries and black currants.

15-16-17
fruits, vegetables, honey, jams & jellies, pies & tarts
May
#9365, 10th Sideroad, Halton Hills L9T 2X9
David Klyn-Hesselink

Berry Fresh Farms was started by Dave and Christina almost 14 years ago.  Our family farm in the heart of Niagara, grows a range of delicious berries, fruits and vegetables.

37-38
fruits & vegetables
late May
1367 Balfour St., Fenwick ON
1-905-892-8231
Emily Allan

Named for its location between the 5th and 6th lines, Between the Lines is a small winery owned and operated by brothers Yannick and Gregory Wertsch.  The grape growers tuned vintners are two of the youngest winery owners in Niagara.  Winemaker Yannick Wertsch crafts fresh, fruit-forward VQA wines that are easy to drink.  Come visit the Big Red Bard on "Creek Road" in the heart of NOTL.

Open 7 days a week

Summer: May-October 10am to 7pm

Winter: November-April 11am to 5pm

Tours: by appointment during retail hours - tours@betweenthelineswinery.com

50
VQA Wines, Wine Merchandise (Corkscrews, hats, t-shirts)
May
991 Four Mile Creek Road
905-626-0289
William Blyleven
23-24
fruits & vegetables
May
Not open to the public
1-905-774-7391
Paul Bousfield or Joy Broughton

Third generation family farm growing organically since 2000. Certified organic, growing apples, pears, grapes, apple cider, apple cider vinegar. Vegetables - garlic, onions, beets, carrots, swiss chard, peppers, potatoes, tomatoes and squash. Market vendor and open year round on Farm Retail Store.

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46
Certified organic apples and pears, vegetables and cider. Maple Syrup and honey.
May
R.R. #2, 5408 Derry Road, Milton L9T 2X6
905-878-6355
Christine Law
31
cut flowers & arrangements
May
Not open to the public
1-905-627-0365
Donna Millar

Teasel critters and nut characters

39
Handcrafts from natural materials, perennial plants, shrubs & herbs
May
Not open to the public
905-335-9703
Gary & Nancy Fleet

Producers of quality bakery products since 1987. Specialist in meat pies, fruit pies and varieties of tarts.

45
pies, tarts, loaf cakes, bread, cookies, donuts
05/17/14
R.R. #2, 1847 Centre Rd., Hamilton L8N 2Z7
905-659-4545
Giovanna Piazza
20 - 21
plants, flowers & vegetables
May
88 Derry Rd., Milton L0P 1EO
905-699-3299
Tiffany Drong

Primary producer.  Raise boer goats for meat have heard of 300 goats. Also raise red veal, beef and chicken. In partnership with Crosswind Farm, sell goat cheese, soap, and milk. Goats in Motion was established Nov. 1, 2012. We have a small farm store outlet.

47
goat meat, goat spices, pasteurized goat cheese, soap, body butter
May
1988 Hwy #5 West, Troy ON
905-928-6603
Kaitlin Labatte

GreenLane is a five year old, boutique winery located in Vineland, Ontario. We craft small batches of hand harvested wines with a production count just shy of 5,000 cases. Although we do not yet hold organic certification, we practice biodynamic and organic practices in both the vineyards and cellars, and believe strongly in buying local and working with our neighbours and local suppliers for our retail space.

Summer: Monday – Saturday 10:00AM – 6:00PM
Sunday 11:00AM – 6:00PM

Winter: Monday – Saturday 10:00AM – 5:00PM
Sunday 11:00AM – 5:00PM

12
Wine, Greenlane Mustard, Greenlane Garlic Jelly
May
3751 King Street
905-562-7207
Mike Smith

Ignatius Farm is part of the Ignatius Jesuit Centre.  We have been growing organic produce since 2001.  Visit the centre and take advantage of our extensive trails, join our CSA, rent a community garden and see how your food is grown

40
fruits and vegetables
May
5420 Hwy 6 North, Guelph
519-824-1250 X265
Brian Arsenault
51A
Lilies, hostas, various perennials, ornamental grasses
May
#32 - 1276 Silven Forest Lane, Burlington L7M 4V8
905-635-6772
Robert Markiewicz

Family operated farms in Holland Marsh (vegetables) in Caledon (greenhouse and winter storage) and recently in Niagara on the Lake (fruits).

6A
Vegetables
May
255 Strawberry Lane, Holland Marsh
416-989-6197
Mark Mazzocato

We are located in Campbellville on a 100 acre woodlot.  We use vacuum lines to gather sap from approximately 1355 taps.  This produces about 1500 litres of maple syrup.  We started with 250 taps 3 years ago, however, we are continuing to grow!

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22
Maple Syrup
May
8161 First Line
416-996-4103
Heather McKechnie

Handmade, unique preserves, jams, jellies, chutney and BBQ sauce.  We also sell smoke trout.

51 B
jams, jellies, chutney, sauces
August
Not open to the public
905-845-9889

 

For more information about becoming a vendor at the Milton Farmers’ Market, please call 905-878-0581 or email Cheryl@miltonchamber.ca