Sundays from 10AM-2PM
The Met Farmers' Market takes place every Sunday in the vibrant parklands surrounding Met at Queen St. E. and Church St. in downtown Toronto. An initiative by Metropolitan United Church and supported by Greenbelt Markets, Met is looking beyond a conventional farmers' market and pursuing a "food-hub"-style market that focuses on contributing to an accessible community food space, working with local service providers and engaging other neighbourhood food support programs. Sign up for our newsletter at the bottom of this page!
Introducing our vendors at The Met Farmers' Market - explore some of the independent small businesses, family farms and entrepreneurs that will bring their fresh, delicious creations to downtown!
For the Love of Sustainable Flowers.
Our 25 acre farm is a labour of love for our family. Mario and Susan chose to pursue a slower, simpler life for their family and three kids and moved to the farm in 2013. With over 10 acres of flowers, vegetables and 28 animals (not including our honey bees) and counting, life is busy but spent outdoors in nature. One thing is for sure on our farm - life is never dull.
Kindred Folk is a relatively small, ecologically-grown cut flower farm located in the rolling hills of Uxbridge, just on the edge of the GTA.At Kindred Folk we love growing a diversity of flowers that provide us with a wide expression of living colours, forms, and textures.We offer reasonably priced fresh cut bouquets to our customers during the main growing season, as well as dried flower arrangements out of season as a way to extend the availability for locally grown flowers.
Rileys Greens is proud to provide high quality Greens. We are extremely agile and we are able to provide special blends for our clients. Although we opened in 2021, our company has a rich farming history that gives us the experience to provide excellent productsRileys Greens firmly believes in reducing its impact on the environment. Our sustainability measures include recyclable packaging, and worm composting of waste products. We are a pesticide and fertilizer free company.
In 1994, in our tiny apartment kitchen, Andrea combined organic wheat flour and water with organic grapes to "start" the process of fermentation known as "sourdough". Unlike commercial yeast, "sourdough starter" contains active wild yeasts that slow down the entire process of bread making and give our bread its unique characteristics. Our dough is mixed gently, allowed to age and ripen at lower temperatures, over longer periods of time than most bread. This extra time and care combine to ensure the distinctive quality of each Fred's Bread loaf - a crisp crust, a moist open crumb with great depth of flavour that stands on its own and tastes of the grain it was made from.
We, the proprietors of Nepali Momo, belong to two indigenous groups of Nepal. Collectively, we have been living in Canada for ten years on average. We love Toronto! Our speciality is hand-folded Nepali Momos, made with locally-grown produce and poultry. We grow some ingredients such as chayote, tomatoes, hot peppers, chives, onions, coriander in our backyards and a 70 feet long by 4 feet wide leased garden bed in Rouge Valley in Scarborough. We are passionate about ecologically sustainable practices. We want to gel our lived experiences from the past with the present in our culinary practices for a sustainable future.
My name is Jasmine and I'm the founder and lead farmer of The Food Equity Project. We are a for-profit organization located in Erin, Ontario. Our initiative aims to create sustainable food solutions for QTBIPOC groups. The Food Equity Project bridges the gap between food insecure homes through farming and community-based services. Our vision is to be a part of systemic change, end food injustice, and empower communities. My farming journey began when I was accepted into the farming mentorship Growing in the Margins, this program shaped my food activism in many ways. It allowed me to embrace decolonizing land and food movements into my own enterprise. Cheyenne Sundance offers a rewarding program for BIPOC youth that want to start their own farming or food justice projects.
Our raison d'etre is to offer conscious convenience. The ingredients are sourced locally from sustainable farms and cooked with no additives, preservatives or refined sugars. Inspired by the cooking of our grandmothers we use traditional methods with contemporary ingredients. Our introductory special is 3 cooking sauces for $25.
Chandler Honey is a collection of naturally infused raw honey, using whole ingredients such as lemon zest and vanilla beans, with no additives or extracts. All of the honey is sourced from my parents' farm where I grew up beekeeping, and it's lovingly hand-infused in Liberty Village. I'm a young, female entrepreneur, and I love to talk about beekeeping, honey, and pollination. Come say hi!
At Ti Kay La we use only the freshest and most authentic ingredients to make our wide range of pepper, barbecue and cooking sauces, spice rubs and marinades. Visit our online shop and explore the vibrant flavours of St. Lucia made right here in Ontario. Our Website
4th generation family farm from Grimsby, Ontario. Providing delicious fruits, fresh baked pies from their local stand on the farm.
Tough couple, small farm. Using regenerative, biodynamic and sustainable principles to grow good food.
Instantly Yours is a 100% vegan, 100% gluten- free, 100% nut-free and 100% Delectable ready to cook pancake and waffle batter. We cook simple pancakes and waffles. Our products bless you with healthier options and convenience. Our product also helps you transition into a vegan and gluten free lifestyle. We make the happiest Sunday morning come true.
We are incredibly engaged when it comes to a conversation about coffee. We have spent nearly a decade perfecting our craft, developing baristas, consulting various businesses on operating a sound coffee program & providing world class guest experiences.