Our 2020 Vendors
Pina Guiliano is one of the longtime vendors at the market. Pina has a large following of regular customers, who visit her stalls every Saturday as much for her friendly smile as for her legendary pepperettes.
Albion Hills Farm is a family-run business. Their specialties are handcrafted, cured and smoked meats influenced by the old European traditions of their founders. In addition to their smoked meats, they also sell fresh-baked artisan breads and pretzels. Everything you need to make a great sandwich when you get home from the market.http://www.albionhillsfarm.com Barry's Best Berries
Laurie and David's strawberries and blueberries are as fresh as they could be. Picked the night before the market at their orchards in Zephyr, Ontario, these berries melt in your mouth and taste amazing in your homemade pies and muffins. Barry's also offers specially priced baskets of their berries and vegetables which Is great if you are buying for one or a small family or you want to sample all their offerings.Grandpa Kens' Back Bacon
Grandpa Kens Back Bacon sandwiches are renowned. 6 slices of piled- high, pealmeal bacon on a kaiser with all the fixins. You might have a hard time getting your mouth around these sandwiches, but your taste buds will thank you for the effort; Ken’s 6 oz. Texas Burgers, with cheese and bacon, are a meat eater’s delight. And in case you're wondering, there is a Grandpa Kenny, but in the past year he has become Great Grandpa Kenny. Grandpa/GreatGrandpa Kenny himself is at the markets most Saturdays.
J & S Produce
Sam and Joe Oppedisano have been vendors at our market for over 30 years, but they haven't aged a bit in all those years. Always in good spirits and known for a cheery Good Morning, their selection of fresh fruits and veggies is endless, which provides one stop shopping for those in a hurry to get up to the cottage.
Lincoln Line Orchards
Apples, pears, peaches, cider, sparkling cider, plums, some strawberries, sweet corn, preserves and honey, Peter Boman and his family bring great produce to our market from their farm in Smithville, ON. You can rest assured that when peaches are in season, Peter and his family will be running to keep up with the customer lines.
When you buy any of Mad Mexican's, totillias, nachos or buritos, you will be tempted to whip up a batch of Sangria and invite friends over for your own backyard fiesta.New to our Farmers' Market this year, we are excited to bring the taste of Mexico to Weston.www.madmexican.ca Shanny's Shortbread Cookies
Ed Shanny takes great pride in his shortbread cookies and mini cheesecake rounds. Available in over 30 flavours and packaged in various sizes and box styles, these are a perfect gift to take to a house warming, birthday party, christening or the perfect dessert to have with a cup of tea and good friends.
Thames River Melons
Owned and operated by Robert Chesney and his family, Robert jokes that he grows things that he likes to eat. Obviously, judging by what he grows, he eats very well! Robert established his first farm in 1984 by growing and selling half an acre of cantaloupe – his favourite melon. Thames River now grows a wide variety of melons including muskmelons, watermelons as well as a wide variety of specialty melons. Robert also brings a wide variety of fruit and vegetables to the market and is our main Pumpkin vendor every yearwww.thamesrivermelons.com Vos Eggs
Ted Vos is our egg man and he and wife Ingrid are on roller skates from the time the market opens every Saturday until they run out. His mother Nora and his father, Jim, started the business and Ted is very proud to carry on the legacy. In addition to eggs (including duck eggs), Ted also sells butter, cheese, cheese curds and preserves.
N.B: Unfortunatley, due to a knee injury, Ted Vos is out of commission and will not be at the market until the injury is healed.www.manta.com/ic/mxmjhc6/ca/ted-vos-eggs Wiff Restaurant - For The Love of Samosas
Aisha, owner of Wiff, uses the finest quality meats and vegetables in her samosas and that’s one of the main reasons that Wiff is such a popular vendor. When not vending at farmer's markets, Aisha also owns a very successful restaurant and catering company at 1804 Weston Rd, south of Lawrence.