About Withrow Market

The market is a place where Ontario farmers using organic and ecological cultivation methods, as well as food entrepreneurs using sustainably and equitably produced ingredients can directly connect with eaters.

Farmers & Vendors 2017

Come meet the people behind the fresh local food, the fabulous fun and the incredible artistry at the Withrow Park Farmers’ Market.
Opening June 3rd! – Saturdays 9am-1pm, Withrow Park, Toronto, Rain or Shine!

Volunteer With Us

Our Farmers’ Market is mostly run by volunteers. We love meeting new friends and have a number of exciting opportunities for you to help us out! Learn some great skills and help out your community.

Market News

Shopping at Farmers’ Markets vs. Shopping at Supermarkets – Quote

Farmers’ markets are a very important part of building an alternative food chain. You’re now eating in a different way. You’re eating less processed food. There is no high fructose corn syrup in the farmers’ market. There are no monoglycerides, no triglycerides. None of those additives are present in fresh, seasonal food. When you start cooking food, as opposed to buying it precooked or processed, both you and the farmer benefit, as a matter of health. – Michael Pollan, Author

Farmers’ Markets Forever! A Love Story (Part 1) “In England & France”

By Roberta Stimac I love farmers’ markets, I truly do, but in 2008 I had this overwhelming urge to get away. The first year of running a market (never mind all the work that went into organizing it) left me…

Withrow's Winter Market

Withrow’s Winter Market: Ontario Farmers, Local Foods & Artisan Handmade Goods!

Join us for Withrow’s first pop-up Winter Market! For two days only find a mix of handcrafted goods, artisanal foods, and local farmers. The perfect opportunity to find one of a kind gifts and delicious holiday treats!

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Rise and Shine

I’ve learned about the Ontario growing season and our local produce; the importance of knowing who grows and prepares our food and how hard they work. I’ve made some really great friends and established strong commercial relationships with vendors whom I now rely on beyond the Market season.

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Farmers’ Markets Forever! A Love Story (Part 1) “In England & France”

By Roberta Stimac I love farmers’ markets, I truly do, but in 2008 I had this overwhelming urge to get away. The first year of running a market (never mind all the work that went into organizing it) left me…

Learn More