Tomato Man is a family-owned and operated business supporting local greenhouse growers in Gull Lake, Red Cliff, and Medicine Hat, Alberta. They bring quality produce from their growers to the Calgary Farmers’ Market. Their local produce is always fresh and herbicide and pesticide-free.
Honey, Preserves, Oil & Vinegar
Fork in the Rowed is a certified organic small-scale farm located just outside of Lethbridge, Ab. These farmers pride themselves on being growers, not grocers. They are passionate about growing high quality, fresh, and nutritious produce. They prioritize sustainable production using methods and practices that not only support that land and environment, but the people and organisms who inhabit it.
Cherry Pit is all about making eating healthy easy and delicious. Their produce business started in 1995 in Canmore with just two tables filled with fresh BC locally grown fruit and Alberta vegetables. Twenty-three years later and they still have the same passion for everything local, fresh, and healthy. Sharla and the team at Cherry Pit now support over 60 farmers across Alberta and BC, bringing their fresh produce right you to at the Market! In 2011, they introduced the Vegetable Butcher who cuts your produce the way you like to make food prep more manageable.
Phil and Kari Faba are the owners of Stock and Sauce. They also have nine children, which led them to create Stock and Sauce’s line of fresh, vibrant, and healthy meals made ready to eat for busy families. Their ingredients are sourced from a combination of whole, local, and organic producers and they stay away from additives, chemicals, or preservatives in their food, so you can enjoy the convenience of ready-made meals without sacrificing quality.
Innisfail Growers is a co-operative consisting of five farm families surrounding Innisfail, Alberta. The five farms include: Beck Farms, the Jungle Farm, Upper Green Farms, Hillside Green Houses, and Edgar Farms. The families who work their land and greenhouses believe in using sustainable growing practices to ensure the lasting legacy of their farms for future generations. They prioritize growing the most flavourful varieties and never use GMO seeds. Many of their products are pesticide-free and they’re all proudly grown, baked, packaged, and preserved in Alberta.
Not all kombucha is created equal. If you tried kombucha before and thought it tasted like vinegary, yeasty tea, we challenge you to let Garage Kombucha’s change your mind! The secret to their great-tasting kombucha is a slow fermentation process that imparts a bubbly finish and slight sweetness. It contributes to a soft taste profile with just the right acidity that’s sure to please everyone.