What’s new at the Farmers’ Market?

Food, Local, Market

This season, we are happy to announce our new Farmers’ Market collaborators, featuring local artisans and producers! Plus, for the very first year, the market will take place on the new pedestrian street directly in front of Santropol Roulant. You can join the City’s official inauguration of the pedestrian street on June 22 from 5:00 – 7:00 pm.

Market Schedule:

Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 4:00 – 7:00 pm
From June 20th – October 26th

In front of Santropol Roulant
111 rue Roy Est
(between Coloniale and De Bullion)

Stemming from the importance of nurturing local economies, and building healthier ecosystems and communities, we will collaborate with artisans and producers who use in large part ecological products made or harvested nearby. Depending on the day and point in the season, different artisans and producers will have products available at the market.

The artisans and producers

The Santropol Roulant Farm: with over 100 varieties of vegetables, roots and fruits, the Roulant Farm has been nourishing Montreal communities for 5 years. New varieties for this year include watermelons, sweet potatoes, jerusalem artichokes, flowers and more! Reduced prices will be available for people with limited financial means.

Breddy Boulangerie is an artisan bakery specializing in organic sourdough breads and other confections.

Tara’s Dumplings are traditional Chinese dumplings, handmade in Montreal with carefully sourced ingredients such as organic produce and antibiotic and hormone free Quebec pork.

The Noble Sprout is owned and operated by Sarah Daw-Girard out of her family home in Saint-Laurent. She grows a mix of sunflower sprouts, pea shoots, cilantro microgreens, and other tasty and nutritious microgreens including broccoli and arugula. There will be more selection as the season rolls onwards, seeing as she is just starting out!

Rucher Apis is a certified organic beekeeper of 30 hives, located in the Eastern Townships. Whether spring, clover or wild flowers, they offer you a raw, unpasteurized honey: from the hive, to the pot at your table, it is as produced by the bees and does not undergo any alteration. Rucher Apis also produces candles, organic beeswax, and propolis.

Blueberryjams offers a variety of crafted products, penned texts, and skillshares with a focus on do it yourself products (DIY), radical home economics, and herbalism through an emphasis on sustainability, creativity, and community. Everything made by hand, with heart.

With Jardins Mycorhize, expect to find on the table less common products picked directly on the farm and in nature such as vegetables and mushrooms. The space is also a place of learning and sharing on alternative farming methods.

L’Olivette is a family farm founded in 2010 with the establishment of a biological vineyard. A rarity through the Québec agricultural landscape, Olivette offers a table grape of exceptional quality. Over the years, the farm has diversified while giving the vines time to take root. Today, L’Olivette produces 3 varieties of grapes, which will be offered according to their seasonality.

Jess’s Juice Remedies seeks to heal and nurture its customers using the highest quality of organic and fresh ingredients with effective fruit and veggie combinations. Jess’s Juice believe that fruits, vegetables, spices, superfoods are essential to a healthy human life.

Maru Baked Goods is a result of the encounter between two extremes creating Japanese-inspired pastries with a Brazilian touch. Maru is the launch of an experiment but, above all, a flavourful celebration of cultural diversity.

Tuesday Producers Thursday Producers
The Santropol Roulant Farm

Maru Baked Goods

The Olivette

Spontaneaously:

Santropol Roulant Preserves

Les Fruits Défendus

The Beekeeping Collective

The Santropol Roulant Farm

Breddy Boulangerie

Tara’s Dumplings

Ruchers Apis

Blueberryjams

Jardins Mycorhize

Jess’s juice remedies

Note that the schedule may change during the season.


For more information, don’t hesitate to email Nazmus, the Market and Food Accessibility Coordinator.

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