Buy local: that is the message enforced by proponents of green living. And that is what Harbourfront Centre‘s first Artisanal Food Market hopes to reinforce. The food market will feature food vendors from across Toronto selling multicultural and handmade food on Saturday, June 8 and Sunday, June 9, 2013. The food market will also feature items such as clothing and jewelry, as well as performances by local street performers.
Food vendors are open Saturday, June 8 from 12 to 8 p.m. and Sunday, June 9 from 12 to 6 p.m.
Le Ti Colibri
Indulge in French-Caribbean soul food including vegan and vegetarian options.
The Purple Kitchen
The Purple Kitchen sells local products that are preservative-free, often organic and Canadian where possible including granola, marshmallows, caramel popcorn and cookies.
One Love Corn
One Love Corn serves up corn on the cob and corn soup.
Since 1927, Pancho’s Bakery has been serving up churros and other Latin American baked goods.
Chocosol Traders make artisan chocolate using organic, forest garden, shade-grown cacao from Lacondon jungle of Chiapas and the Oaxacan mountains of Southern Mexico. All chocolate is made without gluten, dairy, soy and nuts and are also vegan.
Flo Trading has been importing gourmet products from Latin America for the Toronto market since 2009.
Mary McLeod’s Shortbread
These handmade shortbreads use only the purest ingredients. Mary McLeod’s has been making shortbread for Toronto since 1981.
Coffeecology sells coffee that is traded fairly and is sustainable.
Pura Quinoa sells only 100% certified organic and gluten free quinoa.
Find all your spices at this food vendor.
The Portobello Burger
Drop by the Portobello Burger for their famous Portobello burger and sweet potato fries, sold in the World Café.
Bianca’s Juice Bar
Enjoy organic, vegan snacks and smoothies from Bianca’s Juice Bar.
The Edible Doghouse
The Edible Doghouse creates pet treats that are made of human-grade and contain no preservatives. Dogs can eat the totally the container and the treats inside.