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Eating farm-to-table is more than just a current trend, it is about the appreciation of food in its purest form. Our farmers are committed to delivering the freshest products and honouring the traditional ideals of our farming culture while embracing new technologies.

Local farmers gather to bring you the best of the season with fresh produce and meats. Find something new or just talk with a farmer on how to cook an unusual vegetable – Kohlrabi anyone?


Open every Thursday, 2:00 pm – 7:00 pm (May 18th to Christmas)

Riverside Exhibition Centre (Caledonia Fairgrounds)

151 Caithness St E, Caledonia

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EARLY SEASON – Open every Saturday in April on Saturdays, 7:00 am – 12:00 pm

REGULAR SEASON – Open every Tuesday, 2:00 pm-7:00 pm, and Saturday, 7:00 am – 12:00 pm (May – Christmas)

Entrance off Main Street East, just east of the Bridge at 218 Main Street East, Dunnville.

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Wednesdays, 7:00 am – 12:00 pm (May – October 4th)

Located in the Market Square, behind the Post Office.

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Eat Fresh at our local Restaurants


Upcoming Markets

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Market Vendors

Bains Road Cider Company

Unique, delicious and locally sourced line of ciders produced from excess fruits from neighbouring farms, creating a quality product from something that would normally go to waste.” Visit Bains Road Cider Website

Cane 9 Kennels Dog Biscuits and Accessories

Dog treats that are homemade and all natural, with no added preservatives and are never frozen. Also carry a selection of dog accessories and toys. Visit Cane 9 Kennels Website

Concession Road Garden

A variety of fresh vegetables and flowers. Visit Concession Road Gardens

Richardson’s Farm & Market

Pick Your Own Strawberries and Pumpkins. Also over a wide range of fruits and vegetables, home-baked goods, soups, jam, honey, frozen berries, and maple syrup. On-Farm store open year-round. Visit Richardson’s Farm & Market Website

Houser’s Home Grown Produce

Offering strawberries, squash, green and yellow beans, cabbage, broccoli, sweet corn, wild black caps (black raspberries), asparagus and more. Visit Houser’s Home Grown Produce on Facebook

Purple Haven Lavender Farm

Preserves and lavender inspired flavours, body and bath products, dog care products and more. Visit Purple Haven Lavender Farm

Blueberry Knoll Berry Farm

Blueberries, raspberries, strawberries. Also available: home-baked goods, jam, frozen fruit, honey, and maple syrup. Store open year-round. Visit Blueberry Knoll Berry Farm

Fisherville Greenhouses

The largest ginger grower in Ontario, salad mixes, and a variety of fresh vegetables. CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) boxes are available. Visit Fisherville Greenhouses

Laura’s Farm

Strawberries, raspberries, fresh vegetables, homemade jams, fee-run eggs, and honey. Visit Laura’s Farm

Smelser Meats

Retail store with a variety of fresh local meats, cured products, and smoked meats. Visit Smelser Meats

Hunter’s Dressed Meats

Pork cuts, BBQ Pig’s, Fresh Cuts, Smoked Meats, and Cured Meats. Call in your order and pick up at the butcher shop. Visit Hunter’s Dressed Meats

Olive’s Heirlooms

Pesticide-free and Non-GMO fresh vegetables, canned vegetables and jams, jellies, pickles, and preserves.” Visit Olive’s Heirlooms Facebook Page

Shared Harvest Farm & Education Centre

An extensive variety of organic vegetables, CSA Boxes including handmade pickled kimchi, sauerkraut, and beans, or for farm pick of large orders for canning. Visit Shared Harvest Farm

Snyder’s Sweet Corn

Sweet Corn. Visit Snyder’s Sweet Corn

Windecker Woods Flower Farm

Offering fresh cut flower arrangements and cut your own flower on-farm experiences. Visit Windecker Woods

Haldimand has a rich and long history of bringing the freshest produce, meats, and more to hungry consumers.

Since the arrival of the first settlers to the area, Haldimand County has developed primarily as an agricultural industry. The stiff clay soil has promoted the growth of wheat, barley, oats, and peas. Closer to the Grand River where the soil is lighter, crops such as corn, potatoes, and buckwheat have long been grown successfully. According to the 1851 Census, 1,977 farmers were located in Haldimand County. That year alone, Haldimand County produced 3,159 gallons of apple cider, 308,304 pounds of cheese, 11,447 pounds of butter, and large quantities of pork and beef.

Dunnville Market

early pic of marketplace

The Dunnville Farmers Market started in 1894. Held twice a week, farmers travelled there by horse and wagon to sell their wares. In September 1896 butter sold for 10 cents per pound; potatoes were 30 cents a bushel; onions 50 cents per bushel and apples were 20 cents per bushel. You could pick up a chicken for 25 cents or a calf for $3.00.

Hagersville Market

In 1892 a half a dozen local farmers, tired of trading their farm produce with the merchants for money owed tied their horses to hitching posts along the street and sold their produce for cash. This was the birth of the Hagersville Market.


Caledonia Market

Edinburgh Square, also known as “Market Square” was the site of the first farmers market. In 1858 the Town Hall was completed. During the first year, stalls were fitted for a butcher’s market in the basement.