Vendor Directory

Milton Farmers’ Market Vendors

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Kate Flynn

Honest Field Farms is an organic vegetable farm based in Erin, Ontario. We grow unique and heirloom varieties of vegetables as well as timeless favourites.

Our mission is to grow and sell the freshest, best-tasting produce to provide healthy food for healthy individuals, families and communities.

20
fruits, vegetables and herbs
May
37 Park Street East, Milton
1-289-456-9007
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
June
5420 Hwy 6 North, Guelph
519-824-1250 X 265
Brian Arsenault
51A
Lilies, hostas, various perennials, ornamental grasses
May
#32 - 1276 Silven Forest Lane, Burlington L7M 4V8
905-635-6772
Herb Sickinger

Our non-genetically modified kettle corn is made from simple ingredients... glazed with organic sugar cane, sea salt and omega-3 rich canola oil.  We pop it fresh on site at local events, farmers markets and school fairs!

5A
non gmo Ontario grown sweet & Salty popcorn - bagged
May
Milton
416-986-7835
Robert Markiewicz

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

50
Vegetables
May
255 Strawberry Lane, Holland Marsh
416-989-6197
Lorraine Iafrate
13
savoury and sweet baked goods
May
Waterdown
1-905-516-8462
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
Rachel Shuttleworth
bump outs
Local Downtown Businesses
May
251 Main St. E., Ste. 103
905-876-2773
Heather & Colin McKechnie

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

8 H
jams, jellies, chutney, sauces
May
Not open to the public
905-845-9889
Peter Penner

We are a family operated farm. We grow and sell fresh Niagara fruit - peaches, plums, apricots, pears, cherries and berries. Grandpa & Grandma run the family farm with the help of their 8 children and 19 grandchildren.

18
Fruits
June
Not open to the public
1-905-468-2267
Susan Frame

We sell pure local wildflower honey, Ontario beeswax candles. We are an innovative, small agri-business. Come and see our observation hive at the market.

28
local Ontario honey, beeswax candles
May
Call for directions, Halton County
905-636-6221
Paul Grabowski
36
fruits & vegetables
May
7219 Parkside Rd, Niagara Falls Ontario
905-353-8579
Zach Haist

Family farm since mid 1800s. Grow apples, peaches, nectarines, plums, pears, cherries.

53
Peaches, plums, cherries,pears, apples
June/July
501 Memorial Drive, Fenwick L0S 1C0
289-668-3382
Ray Wooldridge
41
fruits & vegetables
June
80 Peru Road, Milton L9T 2V8
905-878-2758
Andrew Rattray

Our name translates from Spanish to English as "Latin Flavours".  Chilean native Maria Ellenia Rattray-Gutierrez, has always been interested in healthy eating and living.  We use local fresh produce and ant-biotic free meats to create products that are a fusion of unique home recipes from different parts of Latin America.  "Our food tastes clean because it is."

9
salsas, guacamole, hummus etc.
May
4055 Harvester Rd., Unit 5, Burlington L7L 5Z7
905-333-5377
Mathew & Logan Smerek

We are a small family run market garden, located on the 4th line near Acton, Ontario.  We sell and grow all of our vegetables and cut flowers, grown as naturally as possible.

19
Cut flowers, honey & vegetables
June
12211 - 4th Line, Acton L7J 2M1
905-873-6657
Ann Richter-Fatrdla
42
apple, blueberry & cherry strudel, danishes, cinnamon buns
May
Not open to the public
905-399-0696
Peter & Zuzana Repka

Traditional European bakery where all products are made from scratch.  Fruits, flour and vegetables come from local farms.  Our line includes varieties of breads, rolls, croissants, strudels and other European and Canadian sweets.

10-11
breads, tarts, cinnamon buns, croissants & assorted pastries
May
Not open to the public
905-616-0624
Teresa Piazza

I have been in business for about 30 years.  It is a family business, we grow plants and vegetables that include box plants, pots, hanging baskets and vegetables (tomatoes, peppers, egg plant, zucchini, broccoli, peas, onions, beans, basil and garlic etc.

Church Lane
plants & vegetables
May
72 Derry Road East, Hornby L0P 1E0
905-876-1907
Robert Chesney

Thames River Melons is a local family farm that grows a variety of fruit & vegetables in their seasons. We began growing melons more than 25 years ago & have continued to add crops that we enjoy eating to our farms production. Open beginning of May to end of October from 8:00 am - 6:00 pm.

26-27
fruits, vegetables, watermelon, muskmelon & specialty melons
May
765875 Township Rd. #5, Innerkip N0J 1M0
1-519-469-3636

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